This is a topic that gets far too little attention.
“IF I CAN’T HAVE YOU, nobody can.”
Then he shot her.
That story of a woman who was shot by her husband, and survived, is part of a powerful investigative report on domestic violence by the Charleston, South Carolina, The Post and Courier which Monday won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service.
That it is. It’s a must-read for anyone who cares about domestic violence. And we should all care. These are our mothers, our sisters, our daughters, our friends, our neighbors, our nieces, our granddaughters, who are dying and being abused (verbally/mentally/physically/emotionally) at the hands of men who supposedly love them. Men who control them. And then sometimes kill, or try to kill, them.
Whether you live in South Carolina—where the rate of men killing women ranks highest in the nation—or California or Minnesota or…
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