SAVE has issued a press release requesting that the country commissioners of Hancock County, Maine fulfill their responsibility to protect the public interest by removing Mary Kellett from her duties pending the investigation against her.
There is currently a move before the U.S. Senate to ram an unmodified version of the attrociously harmful Violence Against Women Act through the Senate without badly needed reform. Please do something about this–today!
The organization SAVE has issued their first press release for the month of June, which is false allegation awareness month. Activists, please start your engines.
June is False Allegation Awareness Month and SAVE announces an action itinerary containing several upcoming events that will run through the end of the month.
S.A.V.E. issued a press release today announcing House approval of HR 4970, which addresses sexism, corruption and lack of accountability in the domestic violence industry. This is the press release.
S.A.V.E. issues a demand for an apology from Rep. Zoe Lofgren, who referred to the victim advocacy group as “apologists for abusers,” during a House Judiciary meeting.
As the reauthorization vote for VAWA happens this Thursday, SAVE is urging everyone to light up those phones and send congress a big fat NO.
The SAVE organization offers some even more disturing information on what is happening behind the scenes with the recent changes in the definition of rape, first for information tracking, and now for legal purposes.
The S.A.V.E organization issues a press release regarding the proposal by the office of Senator Patrick Leahy to undermine due process for male college students.
Dr. McGraw’s testimony “is reminiscent of the Jim Crow rape scares that focused on black-on-white rape, while studiously ignoring the problem of white-on-white sexual assault,” the SAVE letter explains.