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Weekly Media Roundup

September 25, 2014 at 8:58 AM

The subtle side of abuse:

Reporter Anna Williams talks to a Malborough woman and finds out domestic violence is more than just physical.



Sponser abandons NFL in abuse case fallout:

When NFL players strap on their pink shoes and gloves in October for the league's annual Breast Cancer Awareness month campaign, it will be doing it with one less sponsor, a notable retreat blamed on the league's handling of domestic violence.



NBA to review domestic violence policies:

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said Monday his league will "take a fresh look" at its domestic violence procedures in the wake of the NFL's rash of incidents.



Trading icecream for violent games and toy guns:

The people of Marin county, California, have been invited to trade in their toy guns and violent games for ice cream.

The move is a new initiative by Marin county district attorney Ed Berberian, in partnership with Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, and the Center For Domestic Peace.


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