The National Institute of the Study of Violence’s main focus is prevention. We feel that our work is important, and will make a difference in the community. Our secondary goal is to focus attention on the violence experienced by women in America. Everyone is an interested party in the cause we are fighting. The prevention of violence directly affects the stability of families and the productivity of the nation.
Think about 20 cents. It doesn’t feel very
significant - there isn’t much you could buy with it. But over a
lifetime, those 20 cents add up in a major way.
Today, we have
reached yet another Equal Pay Day - the day on which the average woman’s
earnings finally catch up to what the average man made last year. This
year’s Equal Pay Day falls 94 days into 2017 - 94 days too late...............