Monday, January 27, 2014

Private Violence: a new documentary.

Just days after a Utah police officer shot dead his wife, two kids and his mother-in-law before killing himself, a new HBO documentary premiering at the Sundance Film Festival examines the shocking nationwide epidemic of intimate partner violence, focusing on the struggles of survivors of abuse and the advocates who support them.

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Happy Holidays 2011

Happy Holidays. We have to do whatever is necessary to promote our agenda.

In order to pursue our activities, we need your support. We are fundraising this holiday system using e-commerce to raise awareness of Domestic Violence in this society.
Please take a look at our offering and help us to promote Domestic Violence Awareness.

Most items start at only $1.00. You can pickup items in New York City to save on shipping charges too.

Pyrex Glass Storage Containers

ConAir Dual Voltage Hair Dryer

Disk Rack by Sterlite

Black and Decker Steam Iron

Ampad Writing Pads, 9 to a pack

Red lead by Pentel

Shower Caddy

Green Messenger Bag

Black Messenger Bag

Does anyone have an idea about promoting Domestic Violence Awareness (DVA) for 2012? We want your feedback about hot to conduct DVA activities. We are planning on our agenda for 2012.

Please support Domestic Violence Awareness by making a purchase from our online store.


Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Cyber Week 2011 Benefit Auction

Benefit Auction to Promote Domestic Violence Awareness

We need support to promote domestic violence awareness on the Internet. A number of our sponsors have contributed items for our benefit auction. In addition, Pucho Web Solutions has generously donated their time, energy and skills to help us raise funds on the internet. In this time of budget cuts, we need your support to continue the struggle to promote domestic violence awareness on the internet.
Sale ends Wednesday at 3:30 PM, November 30, 2011.

Deals end Wednesday Nov 30

Sale ends Wednesday at 3:30 PM

November 30, 2011

Featured Products:

  1. Professional Quality Writing Pads, $1
  2. Apple iBook OEM Rechargeable Battery, $6.50
  3. Black and Decker Steam Iron, $1
  4. Shoulder Messenger Bag & Laptop case, $3
  5. Bratz Dynamite Fashion Doll New, $4.5
  6. CD-ROM SCSI Internal Drive, $1
  7. Metal Stand for up to 7' foot Christmas
    Tree, $2.50
  8. Conair Quiet Tone Hair Dryer 1875 Watt, $1
  9. DSL Modem, $1
  10. Full Spectrum Flourescent Desk Lamp, 7
  11. Shoulder Messenger Bag Laptop case, $3
  12. Hardwood Chopping Board, $1
  13. Insulated Coffee Travel Mug Tumbler, $1
  14. Levi 515 Boot Cut Jeans, $4.50
  15. PCI Video Card, $6
  16. Tombo Mono Adhesive Removable Refill, $1
  17. Printer Data Switch w/2 parallel ports, $1
  18. Large Pyrex Glass ware storage container, $1
  19. Small Pyrex Glass ware storage container, $1
  20. Red Lead refills for mechanical pens, by Pentel, $1
  21. Small Binder Clips, new in box by OfficeDepot, $1
  22. Small Binder Clips, new in box by Skillcraft, $1
  23. Ultra Sink Set in white color made by Sterilite, $1
  24. Pistol Grip Tape Gun by 3M, $1
  25. Travel Hair Dyer, $1
  26. Parker Brothers Careers Vintage Board Game, $1
  27. Trivial Pursuit: Master Game Board Game, $1
  28. Shower Rack  $5
  29. Wooden Shelf for DVD, VHS Tape, CD, or Books
  30. Iwatani Hot water bottle, $15

  31. Maruka Hot water bottle, $15

Friday, September 2, 2011

Benefit Auction to Promote Domestic Violence Awareness

We need support to promote domestic violence awareness on the Internet. Pucho Marketplace has generously donated their time, energy and skill to help us raise funds. In this time of budget cuts, we need your support to continue the struggle to promote domestic violence awareness on the internet.

For Donation $3.99

For Donation of $5.99

For Donation of $1.50

For Donation of $3

We need your support now. The auction ends on Friday night at 6PM. Thank you.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

How to access this site using a Mobile Phone.

Domestic violence can happen anywhere and anytime. So we wanted to make this site available on mobile phones. Please take a picture of the barcode below to access this site on a mobile phone. The barcode allows your mobile phone to access this site without tying our web address manually. First, make sure you mobile phone has a QR Code reader installed. There is a short list of links to software below.


  1. Make sure your phone has a QR reader software installed. See list at end of post.
  2. Using your phone's built-in camera, take a photo of our QR code.
  3. The QR code reader software on your phone will decode the barcode.
  4. This website will open on your phone's web browser automatically.


Watch video below for further instructions.

If your mobile phone does not have a built-in QR reader, there are many free readers available for each type of smartphone. For example: iPhone, Android, Palm, Blackberry, Windows Mobile and Symbian. Click icon below to review free QR reader software for your type of mobile phone.

Apple iPhone


Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Sports and Domestic Violence

Recently there has been major media attention focused on athletes who commit domestic violence. Experts say it’s a sad part of a culture of accepted playing field violence transferring to relationships.

“It’s not just athletes,” said Bryon Hurt, an educational speaker who lectures about gender violence prevention from grade school to college. “It’s guys at fraternities, the military. We’re all sort of trained by the culture that the way we handle conflict and disappointment and disagreement is through violence.”
The Domestic Violence Show appears Manhattan Neighborhood Network Public Access Cable TV. Our mission is to promote Domestic Violence awareness on the Internet. In order to continue our work we need your financial support. Please make your purchase at the NYC Re-use It site. Be sure to indicate Domestic Violence (DV) Show at check out screen to show your support for our work. 

One study of college athletes found they were involved in a disproportionate number of sex assaults: While athletes made up just over 3 percent of the student body, they were involved in 19 percent of the sex assaults on campus.

Yet when those athletes move to professional sports, it appears not as many are held accountable for domestic violence. An analysis of NFL athletes trend in the opposite direction.

Since 200, while one in 21 men were arrested for domestic violence, only one in 47 players faced the same charges.

Even more telling is the conviction rate: 76 percent of men in the general public were convicted of crimes. When you consider just athletes, it drops in half, to 36 percent.

“It’s a message sent to athletes that they can get away with it and something should be done to turn those numbers around,” said McLeod. “All who abuse and choose to commit a crime should be held accountable for their actions.”

Examples of ballers who have crossed the line and are guilty of domestic violence:

Brazilian goalkeeper charged with murdering ex-girlfriend.

Bruno Souza, a Brazilian goalkeeper, has been charged with the murder of his ex-girlfriend.

The Brazilian footballer, who played for Rio de Janeiro's Flamengo team, was also charged with kidnapping, hiding a body, forming a criminal gang and corrupting minors, police in the state of Minas Gerais told a media conference.

The woman, who had a four-month-old baby she claimed was fathered by Souza, was believed to have been demanding child support. The baby was found in the care of Souza's wife.

A rising young NBA player from Brooklyn, was charged after allegedly throwing his girlfriend down a flight of stairs.

Authorities say the confrontation occurred around 5 a.m. Sunday when the woman, Jasmine Williams, was returning home to her apartment building with two friends. Witnesses said Stephenson was waiting for her and yelled, "Are you kidding me?" before pushing her down the stairs.

After pushing his girlfriend down a flight of stairs, grabbed her and hit her head on the bottom step, prosecutors said.

A judge released Stephenson, 19, without bail late Sunday night after his arrest on assault, menacing and harassment charges. Prosecutors had asked for $7,500 bail.

A criminal complaint provided Monday by the Brooklyn district attorney's office said that as Williams lay at the bottom of the stairs, Stephenson picked up her head and slammed it on the bottom step.

New York Mets pitcher Francisco Rodriguez has been released without bail and told to stay away from his girlfriend's father while facing charges he assaulted the man.

The charges against him — third-degree assault and second-degree harassment. Rodriguez, the Mets’ closer, had pummeled the father of his common-law wife in an incident at Citi Field after the game against the Rockies, and that he had the father “by the neck against the wall and was basically on top of him.”

“It wasn’t until security guards heard the screaming that they were able to pull him off,” it was said.

The district attorney’s (DA) office was trying to obtain more information about other potential domestic violence incidents involving Rodriguez, at least one of which was cited to the police by his common-law wife, Daian Pena.

Our mission is to promote Domestic Violence awareness on the Internet. In order to achieve our goal we need your financial support. We are doing a fund raiser in continue our work. Please make your purchase to support us at the NYC Re-use It site. Be sure to indicate Domestic Violence Show at check out screen to show your support for our work.

We welcome your comments and feedback.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

A Fundraiser to Promote Domestic Violence Awareness

Domestic Violence (DV) Show needs your support today! Help us promote DV awareness on Cable TV and online.

This year we are planning to produce our next show. But we need support in order to continue our work.

In cooperation with NYC Re-Use It, we are holding a fund raiser to promote Domestic Violence Awareness. Ten percent of all sales will be donated to promote DV awareness.

NYC Re-Use It sells new and gently used items. Payment options include check, money order and Paypal. To avoid shipping cost, items can be picked up in New York NY or Dover, NJ.

Last year we produced a video to promote DV awareness on Cable TV. It was our first production. It was successful. The show was broadcast in Manhattan, Staten Island, Brooklyn and Queens cable TV.

DV Show accepts no advertising income, corporate underwriting or government funding. Your contribution helps us maintain our independence and strengthen our message.

Please help. Thank you. Peace.