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NFL Just Gave Black Women Another Punch In Face

Just when you think NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has displayed the full breadth of his bone headedness, he goes and proves he has so much more to offer.

He openly admitted he “got it wrong” and was “sorry” for his poor handling of the abuse scandals that rocked the NFL during last week’s press-conference-turned-train-wreck. He even confessed that throughout this whole debacle, he’d disappointed himself, “disappointed the NFL” and “disappointed fans.”

Too bad he doesn’t care about disappointing black women.

Read more about the preposturous lack of black women in Goodell’s domestic violence advisory council here

Journalism.co.uk interviewed reporter Jess McCabe about her upcoming reporting series at Women’s eNews supported with funding from Catapult. 

American nonprofit news wire Women’s eNews and Jess McCabe, features editor at Inside Housing, have successfully crowdfunded a project about domestic violence in the UK, raising over $3,500 (£2,100).The series of features, called Why didn’t she just leave?, aims to unmask the financial difficulties that domestic violence victims experience, and how these might keep them from leaving abusive relationships.

Follow Jess and her reporting project on Tumblr. 

Journalism.co.uk interviewed reporter Jess McCabe about her upcoming reporting series at Women’s eNews supported with funding from Catapult. 

American nonprofit news wire Women’s eNews and Jess McCabe, features editor at Inside Housing, have successfully crowdfunded a project about domestic violence in the UK, raising over $3,500 (£2,100).

The series of features, called Why didn’t she just leave?, aims to unmask the financial difficulties that domestic violence victims experience, and how these might keep them from leaving abusive relationships.

Follow Jess and her reporting project on Tumblr

TIME IS RUNNING OUT! Only four days left to fund our important series on economic instability putting women at risk and trapping them in violent relationships. We’ve raised 75% now we need your help.
Commit your compassion to change: Donate Now!

TIME IS RUNNING OUT! Only four days left to fund our important series on economic instability putting women at risk and trapping them in violent relationships. We’ve raised 75% now we need your help.

Commit your compassion to change: Donate Now!

Time is running out! Invest in change and support our campaign to bring comprehensive reporting on domestic violence to Women’s eNews!
Make a $5 or $50 donation today!

Time is running out! Invest in change and support our campaign to bring comprehensive reporting on domestic violence to Women’s eNews!

Make a $5 or $50 donation today!

Crime in the NFL is no recent trend, but lately it feels as though criminal activity has increased in intensity and decreased in severity of punishment, especially when the act involves women.
Read more: http://womensenews.org/story/athleticssports/140612/dear-nfl-stop-fumbling-the-ball-sex-violence

Crime in the NFL is no recent trend, but lately it feels as though criminal activity has increased in intensity and decreased in severity of punishment, especially when the act involves women.

Read more: http://womensenews.org/story/athleticssports/140612/dear-nfl-stop-fumbling-the-ball-sex-violence

By investigating the economics of leaving an abusive relationship through extensive interviews with survivors across the UK. Women’s eNews and British reporter Jess McCabe will highlight women’s voices on this issue and analyze how the economic impact of domestic violence is changing.
Support her fundraising efforts to create this ground-breaking, international series: http://www.catapult.org/project/why-didnt-she-just-leave

By investigating the economics of leaving an abusive relationship through extensive interviews with survivors across the UK. Women’s eNews and British reporter Jess McCabe will highlight women’s voices on this issue and analyze how the economic impact of domestic violence is changing.

Support her fundraising efforts to create this ground-breaking, international series: http://www.catapult.org/project/why-didnt-she-just-leave

Often, survivors of domestic abuse must contend with their abusers’ attempts to destabilize their employment, whether by inflicting visible injuries or otherwise causing them to miss work unpredictably. 
Help support more reporting on this issue here: http://www.catapult.org/project/why-didnt-she-just-leave

Often, survivors of domestic abuse must contend with their abusers’ attempts to destabilize their employment, whether by inflicting visible injuries or otherwise causing them to miss work unpredictably. 

Help support more reporting on this issue here: http://www.catapult.org/project/why-didnt-she-just-leave

Each week, two British women are murdered by their current or former partners. Women are often blamed for the violence they suffer because they didn’t “just leave.”
We want your help to answer that question with facts about financial abuse, lack of housing and eroding benefits for women at risk in the UK. Can we count on you? 

Each week, two British women are murdered by their current or former partners. Women are often blamed for the violence they suffer because they didn’t “just leave.”

We want your help to answer that question with facts about financial abuse, lack of housing and eroding benefits for women at risk in the UK. Can we count on you? 

Each week, two British women are murdered by their current or former partners. Women are often blamed for the violence they suffer because they didn’t “just leave.” 
With your support, we’ll draw more attention to this significant issue, and support the mainstream media’s ability to report on it further by providing the framework for a nuanced, sensitive approach.
Find out more at Catapult: http://www.catapult.org/project/why-didnt-she-just-leave

Each week, two British women are murdered by their current or former partners. Women are often blamed for the violence they suffer because they didn’t “just leave.” 

With your support, we’ll draw more attention to this significant issue, and support the mainstream media’s ability to report on it further by providing the framework for a nuanced, sensitive approach.

Find out more at Catapult: http://www.catapult.org/project/why-didnt-she-just-leave

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