Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Emerson College Told Sexual Assault Victim Not To Make Big Deal Of Attack: Complaint

Posted in Education

By Huffington Post 10/8/2013

"By Huffington Post "Emerson College administrators in Boston took months to begin investigating a student's reported sexual assault and told her she "shouldn't be making a big deal with it," according to the student, who has filed a federal complaint against the school."

Read the entire article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/08/emerson-sexual-assault_n_4059083.html

Men to blame for childless women? I don't think so - it's society that deliberately disenfranchises fathers, says Peter Lloyd

Posted in Fatherhood

By Daily Mail 5/24/2013

"...For years feminism has declared that women don't need us - that we are redundant. OK, fine. But guess what - we don't need women either. And it's trending. ..."

Read the entire article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2330458/Get-Britain-Fertile-Peter-Lloyd-says-men-blame-women-childless-Melissa-Kite-says-society-is.html

Boy, 15, kills himself after 'facing expulsion and being put on sex offender registry' for streaking prank at high school football game

Posted in Boys Issues

By Daily Mail 10/11/2013

"A popular 15-year-old student has committed suicide after he reportedly faced expulsion and could have been placed on the sex offenders' register simply for streaking at a high school football game."

Read the entire article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2452030/Christian-Adamek-Boy-15-kills-facing-expulsion-sex-offender-registry-STREAKING-high-school-football-game.html

The Children's Rights Fund for Maryland Fundraiser Event!

Posted in Child Custody

For More Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/519709934781783/
The Children's Rights Fund for Maryland

Invites you to our next fundraiser event on…

*Tuesday, October 29th, 2013*

All Day Event! 10:00am - 9:00pm

Franklin’s Restaurant
5121 Baltimore Avenue (Route 1)
Hyattsville, Maryland

Twenty percent (20%) of all meals, store purchases, and sales go to the Children’s Rights Fund. Please let your waiter and/or cashier know that you elect
to donate to the fund when you visit Franklin’s Restaurant in Hyattsville, MD.

*Special Event: Please join co-directors, David L. Levy and David W. Smith, Sr. later that evening from 7:00-9:00pm for the special event we will host
at Franklin’s Restaurant. There will be free appetizers, soft drinks and updates on our tremendous progress!


The Children's Rights Fund for Maryland


The Maryland Commission on Child Custody Decision Making will begin working and holding public hearings this Fall. David L. Levy was appointed by the Governor to
represent the Children’s Rights Fund, as he will serve on the Commission. Mr. Levy brings expertise, knowledge and experience to the table…just the tools
this Commission needs to support our efforts towards the “best interest” and equality for children and families.

Who are we?

The vision of the Children’s Rights Fund is to improve the outcomes for joint custody (equal parenting) in the state of Maryland. 

David L. Levy is a nationally known advocate for children who has successfully helped bring joint custody to various states during the 24 years (1985-2009) he
headed the Children’s Rights Council. Mr. Levy has testified more than 20 times before Congressional committees about the needs of children of divorce, and was
named one of “the 25 most influential people in the lives of children” by Children’s Health magazine, Fall 2009. He is a known advocate for children whose parents
are divorced, separated or never-married.

David W. Smith Sr. is an educator for children in the Maryland Public School System; Mr. Smith is also a father who has been a strong advocate for joint custody
(equal parenting) for several years and has worked tirelessly in the Maryland legislature and around the state to help bring about reform for children and families.

We have come a long way!

In April, 2013, the Maryland legislature overwhelmingly passed HB687, which creates a Commission that will hold five (5) hearings around the state this Fall.
The 2013 goal of the Children’s Rights Fund and The Commission is to review ALL aspects of Maryland family law. The Commission will recommend changes by
the end of December 2013, which the Maryland legislature will consider passing into law in January, 2014. We thank Darrell Carrington, our lobbyist, for
his incredible help in getting this bill to become law. 

Champions for our cause:
Darrell Carrington – Lobbyist
Franklyn Malone, CEO, The 100 Fathers, Inc.
Judge Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.
David Washington, CEO, F.A.I.R
Dr. Jeffery Johnson, CEO, NPCL
CaFE – Children and Family Equality
Vernon Wallace – Center for Urban Families
Aaron Bates – father & advocate

David L. Levy, J.D.
4212 Jefferson Street
Hyattsville, MD 20781
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David W. Smith Sr.
5712 Nevada Street
Berwyn Heights, MD 20740
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Please contact us for information on future fundraisers or to contribute/donate to the cause via pay‐pal, check or money order. Please make contributions
payable to Children’s Rights Fund and send to the attention of David L. Levy or David W. Smith Sr. for deposit into a special account at Wells Fargo Bank.
(Contributions are not tax deductible).

The Children's Rights Fund for Maryland is registered with the state of Maryland under #EIN-12‐8289957.

Male Victims of Partner Violence Outnumber Females

Posted in Domestic Violence

By Health Canal 10/6/2013

"...We were surprised by the results,” says Professor Gunilla Krantz, who led the studies. “Both men and women use the kind of violence that can harm the other person. The concept that women use violence only in self-defense is not true – women are capable of using it aggressively as well. ..."

Read the entire article: http://www.healthcanal.com/mental-health-behavior/43637-male-victims-of-partner-violence-outnumber-females.html


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