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Tell ‘Em White House – 1 is 2 Many

As we near the close of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, I implore you – continue to take action. Please don’t wait for next October. Remember today, tomorrow, next week, next month, and throughout the year. We must remain vigilant and we must stand together. As the White House says, 1 is 2 Many. Today marks…
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Why I Keep Vigil

Remarks from Domestic Violence Awareness Vigil, October 2014 I sat across from my dear friend in a diner over pancakes and coffee. I trust her. She and I have laughed together, cried together, challenged each other, have had painfully honest conversations, and shared secrets and beliefs that others might fine crazy. I’m happy to be…
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Keeping Vigil in the Quest for Paradise

Remarks from the 2013 Domestic Violence Awareness Month Vigil Good evening everyone and thank you for being here tonight. For those of you who do not know me, my name is Ifeoma Aduba and I am the Executive Director of A Woman’s Place, the only domestic violence organization in Bucks County. I must admit to…
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Keeping Vigil at the Bedside of Freedom Remarks from the 2012 Domestic Violence Awareness Month Vigil

Good evening. My name is Ifeoma Aduba, and I have the best job in the world. Technically, at the moment, I have two jobs at A Woman’s Place – Director of Public Advocacy and Interim Executive Director – and I love them both. I have the two best jobs in the world. I have the…
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