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Project Celebration Receives $5K Donation from AT&T

AT&T has handed over a $5,000 check to Project Celebration, the non-profit that's taken over the domestic violence shelter for women and children in Caddo, Bossier, Webster and DeSoto Parishes.

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Project Celebration of Many, Louisiana Gets State Grant for Domestic Violence Shelter in Northwest Louisiana

Project Celebration of Many, Louisiana has been selected to provide domestic violence shelter for Shreveport Bossier City.

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Domestic Violence Victim Paula Harkey Begs Friends and Family Not to Bail Her Husband Michael Harkey Out of Jail

A domestic violence case has police in Shreveport and Bossier filing charges against suspect Michael Harkey.

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Gwen’s Law to Be Signed By Gov. Bobby Jindal Today

A big victory today for Louisiana's domestic violence victims, as Gwen's Law is signed in Baton Rouge.

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Read Murder Victim Gwen Salley’s Journals About Her Abuse

Gwen Salley was murdered by her estranged husband Michael Salley earlier this month. This tragedy happened just days after he held her captive in her home and threatened to kill her. Here are some notes Gwen wrote after that April 29 incident.

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Shreveport-Bossier Needs a Domestic Violence Program

Alan English with The Shreveport Times asked me to write an Op-Ed on domestic violence. I was honored to get the request and share the piece with you.

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One Charged in Domestic Violence Incident

A Princeton woman was jailed following a domestic violence incident.

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Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Put Women at Higher Risk for Mental Disorders

A new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association states women who’ve been the victim of rape, sexual assault, stalking, or intimate-partner violence are much more likely to develop a mental disorder.

In the study, researchers in Australia found 57 percent of women who’d suffered at least one incident of abuse also had a history of depression, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress, substance abuse, or anxiety — including panic disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder. That’s more than twice the rate of women who had no such abuse.

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