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"Educating our communities and elected officials about the needs of survivors in our local cities and towns requires year round focus. JDI is our pathway to informing and influencing the state and national agenda to end sexual and domestic violence." ~ Karen Cavanaugh, JDI board member and Executive Director of Womanshelter/Companeras, pictured here with a JDI delegation meeting with Congressman Niki Tsongas

Advocates speak out

Advocates speak out

We want to thank Jaclyn Cashman and Hillary Chabot for inviting us on their radio show to talk about the broader issues of domestic violence. We are committed to helping the public — victims, friends, family members and systems — to better understand the dynamics of domestic violence and what we can do to prevent it and terrible tragedies like the murder of Jennifer Martel.

It’s a shame that Jaclyn Cashman didn’t wait until after talking to us or reading her own paper, where we appeared twice in the past few days commenting on this case, to see that Jane Doe Inc. and our member programs have been very vocal both in relation to this case and to sexual and domestic violence in general (“Domestic abuse prevention groups missed big chance,” Aug. 20). We are proud of our record of being out front in terms of education, policy advocacy, and services and systems response.

— Toni K. Troop, Jane Doe Inc.

— Sue Chandler, DOVE, Inc.

— Marianne Winters, Safe Passage

- See more at: http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/opinion/letters_to_the_editor/2013/08/letters_to_the_editor_wed_aug_22#sthash.cdKDbLVN.dpuf

Advocates speak out

We want to thank Jaclyn Cashman and Hillary Chabot for inviting us on their radio show to talk about the broader issues of domestic violence. We are committed to helping the public — victims, friends, family members and systems — to better understand the dynamics of domestic violence and what we can do to prevent it and terrible tragedies like the murder of Jennifer Martel.

It’s a shame that Jaclyn Cashman didn’t wait until after talking to us or reading her own paper, where we appeared twice in the past few days commenting on this case, to see that Jane Doe Inc. and our member programs have been very vocal both in relation to this case and to sexual and domestic violence in general (“Domestic abuse prevention groups missed big chance,” Aug. 20). We are proud of our record of being out front in terms of education, policy advocacy, and services and systems response.

— Toni K. Troop, Jane Doe Inc.

— Sue Chandler, DOVE, Inc.

— Marianne Winters, Safe Passage

- See more at: http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/opinion/letters_to_the_editor/2013/08/letters_to_the_editor_wed_aug_22#sthash.cdKDbLVN.dpuf

Advocates speak out

We want to thank Jaclyn Cashman and Hillary Chabot for inviting us on their radio show to talk about the broader issues of domestic violence. We are committed to helping the public — victims, friends, family members and systems — to better understand the dynamics of domestic violence and what we can do to prevent it and terrible tragedies like the murder of Jennifer Martel.

It’s a shame that Jaclyn Cashman didn’t wait until after talking to us or reading her own paper, where we appeared twice in the past few days commenting on this case, to see that Jane Doe Inc. and our member programs have been very vocal both in relation to this case and to sexual and domestic violence in general (“Domestic abuse prevention groups missed big chance,” Aug. 20). We are proud of our record of being out front in terms of education, policy advocacy, and services and systems response.

— Toni K. Troop, Jane Doe Inc.

— Sue Chandler, DOVE, Inc.

— Marianne Winters, Safe Passage

- See more at: http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/opinion/letters_to_the_editor/2013/08/letters_to_the_editor_wed_aug_22#sthash.cdKDbLVN.dpuf
We want to thank Jaclyn Cashman and Hillary Chabot for inviting us on their radio show to talk about the broader issues of domestic violence. We are committed to helping the public — victims, friends, family members and systems — to better understand the dynamics of domestic violence and what we can do to prevent it and terrible tragedies like the murder of Jennifer Martel. - See more at: http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/opinion/letters_to_the_editor/2013/08/letters_to_the_editor_wed_aug_22#sthash.o8sMyrNW.dpuf
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We want to thank Jaclyn Cashman and Hilary Chabot for inviting us on their radio show (8/20/2013) to talk about the broader issues of domestic violence.  We are committed to helping the public – victims, friends, family members and systems – to better understand the dynamics of domestic violence and what we can do to prevent it and terrible tragedies like the murder of Jennifer Martel.

It’s a shame that Jaclyn didn’t wait until after talking to us or reading her own paper where we appeared twice in the past few days commenting on this case to see that Jane Doe Inc. and our members have been very vocal both in relation to this case and to sexual and domestic violence in general.  We are proud of our record of being out front in terms of education, policy advocacy, and services and systems response. 

 

Toni K. Troop, Jane Doe Inc.

Jennifer Yeardon, DOVE, Inc.

Marianne Winters, Safe Passage

http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/opinion/letters_to_the_editor/2013/08/letters_to_the_editor_wed_aug_22


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