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Taking Note of 'Domestic Violence Awareness Month' During A Pandemic

Barbara Niess-May
SafeHouse Center

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and this year, there are more challenges than usual.  Barbara Niess-May, executive director of SafeHouse Center in Washtenaw County, discusses the ongoing epidemic of domestic violence during a time of pandemic with WEMU's David Fair.  


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