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Valerie Jarrett briefing on Obama White House drive to combate violence against women

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below, from the White House.....


TODAY: Valerie Jarrett and Lynn Rosenthal to Hold Press Conference Call to Discuss the Administration's Unprecedented Coordinated Effort to Combat Violence Against Women

WASHINGTON - On Wednesday, October 27th, Valerie Jarrett, Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor, and Lynn Rosenthal, White House Advisor on Domestic Violence, will host an on-the-record conference call with reporters to discuss the Obama Administration's unprecedented coordination across the federal government to combat violence against women. Jarrett and Rosenthal will discuss key initiatives announced today by a number of agencies to help protect victims of domestic violence and end the cycle of abuse. The call is scheduled to take place at 5:00 p.m. EDT, immediately following the President and Vice-President's event at the White House honoring Domestic Violence Awareness Month.


WHAT: Valerie Jarrett and Lynn Rosenthal to Hold Press Conference Call to Discuss the Administration's Unprecedented Efforts to Combat Violence Against Women


WHEN: Wednesday, October 27, 2010, at 5:00 PM EDT

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I participated to that conference call that addressed the issue of violence against women, but I did not have a chance to be heard as I had a couple of hot questions. I am a victim of public violence in the US for about 16 years. I have done my best to write government agencies to help me get out of this vicious cycle. I am being abused every minute by the public. This conference call could have been a suitable occasion to lay down the problem that undoubtedly the government is aware of over the years without intervening to resolve the issue. This cycle of abuse started in Washington, DC to follow me and my family all the way to Massachusetts. Can someone help with chanelling my effort to stop it? The White House is launching invitation to receive victims of violence and to help them to recover. I just wanted to regain normalcy.

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