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Minnesota Coalition For Battered Women (MCBW) Content Topic Results

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Results displayed are grouped first by VAWnet Special Collections then by individual related materials. For assistance in locating a resource, use our online contact form.
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January 2015

2014 Femicide Report

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The Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women publishes The Femicide Report, a report on women and children murdered in Minnesota, to educate the public about the lethality of domestic violence and child abuse.
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January 2014

2013 Annual Femicide Report

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The Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women publishes The Femicide Report, a report on women and children murdered in Minnesota, to educate the public about the lethality of domestic violence and child abuse.
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Special Femicide Report: Strangulation and Women and Children Murdered in Minnesota, 1989-2005

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Includes facts about strangulation and definitions of related terms.
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Understanding Men Who Batter

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This fact sheet describes some behaviors that are common among men who batter their partners, provides a brief explanation of why men batter, an overview of available interventions, and a warning regarding court-mandated counseling.
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Facts About Intimate Partner Strangulation

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This brief fact sheet includes basic information prepared by the Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women, a state that pioneered the prosecution of felony strangulation cases.