Violence Against Women
September marks the 20th anniversary of the groundbreaking passage of the Violence Against Women Act.
BISMARCK, N.D. — The North Dakota Council on Abused Women’s Services created a three-part plan for their newly awarded grant from the Department of Justice.
Twenty five years after a Billings mother and her two daughters were murdered, efforts are underway to prevent a repeat of incident and stop family violence.
The U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division, together with its U.S. Attorney’s Offices, enforces the nation’s civil rights laws to protect against unlawful discrimination. When civil rights are violated, the department has authority to act, as it did in Missoula. Had the departmen…
The Montana Board of Crime Control has awarded $4 million in grants to crisis agencies and local law enforcement.
The series of home-invasion rapes that occurred last year in Billings put our entire community on alert. People started locking doors — all the time — and hundreds of women turned out for a self-defense class organized by the Billings Police Department at Montana State University Billings.
BOSTON — And so once more we gather to celebrate Aug. 26, the 93rd anniversary of that historic day when women finally won the right to vote. Our optimistic foremothers fervently believed that the vote would empower women to transform the world.
Diane Kylander figures if anyone needs a good laugh, it’s the victims of domestic violence.
When Congress failed to reauthorize the Violence against Women Act earlier this week, it was a real blow for Montana groups fighting domestic and sexual violence.
Domestic and Sexual Violence Services, a nonprofit agency serving Carbon and Stillwater county families affected by domestic violence, has received a Verizon Wireless HopeLine Grant of $10,000.
MISSOULA - The University of Montana has been awarded a nearly $300,000 federal grant to expand its efforts to address violence against women on campus.
Kelly A. Young, president and CEO of the AIDS Foundation Houston, will provide a workshop for domestic and sexual assault advocates this week in Red Lodge.
An impromptu call from a male acquaintance, wishing Maria Martin a "happy Easter," would send the man she had just begun dating into a jealous rage.
The talk is all about the economy and recession these days. TV news has endless stories of families who have lost their homes and women and men who have been out of work for one, two, or even more years. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, nearly one in six Americans currently lives in povert…
On the morning of Dec. 3, I logged onto the Billings Gazette website, as I do most mornings. I scrolled down to the Montana News section, where there were 20 headlines listed. There were two articles about the seemingly senseless murder of a young Montana Highway Patrol officer, as well as a…