A discussion about domestic violence and details of an upcoming HBO documentary

Sep 30, 2014

  The elevator video of NFL player Ray Rice punching his then-fiancé and the outcry it generated has once again brought the all-too-common problem of domestic violence into the spotlight. One in four women in the United States will be victims of domestic violence in their lifetime. Physical and sexual attacks are often involved, but intimidation, emotional abuse and controlling behavior are all forms of domestic violence. Here to discuss domestic violence are Kenyatta Mickles, assistant professor of Clinical Law at the University of Cincinnati College of Law’'s Domestic Violence and Civil Protection Order Clinic, and UC Law Professors and Co-Directors of UC Law’'s Center for Race, Gender, and Social Justice, Emily Houh and Kristin Kalsem.

The Center for Race, Gender, and Social Justice and the University of Cincinnati present a sneak preview of the HBO documentary Private Violence, which explores the issue of domestic violence, at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center on Friday, October 3. For free tickets and information, click here.

For more information or more immediate assistance:

YWCA hotline: 513-872-9259  Click for website

Women Helping Women hotline: 513-381-5610  Click for website

Women's Crisis Center hotline: 800.928.3335  Click for website