Coronavirus raises concerns about domestic violence, experts say

Originally posted in the Daily Memphian – Read the article by clicking here. An unintended consequence of families being confined together during the coronavirus pandemic could be an increase in domestic violence, but local agencies say they are still working to help. The Memphis Police Department posted information earlier this …

Domestic violence can intensify over coronavirus. Here are Memphis resources.

Written by Deborah Clubb. Originally published by the Commercial Appeal, March 21, 2020. Read the article by clicking here. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a pandemic. Reported illnesses range from very mild to severe, including death. Agencies anticipate widespread transmission will occur in the U.S. in coming months and recommend …

International Women’s Day

On March 8, International Women’s Day, NO MORE honored and celebrated the work of seven women around the world that are part of the NO MORE domestic violence and sexual assault awareness campaign. Deborah Clubb, coordinator of Memphis Says NO MORE and Executive Director of the Memphis Area Women’s Council …

280 Hit the Streets at UofM

Some guys borrowed high heels, some brought their own, and some shoes were destroyed in the process as the ninth Memphis Walk a Mile in Her Shoes once again gave local men a chance to rally against domestic violence and rape.Football players, fraternity members, community leaders and others from two …

Interview on cityCURRENT

Deborah Clubb, Executive Director of the Memphis Area Women’s Council and Coordinator for the Memphis Says NO MORE campaign, was recently interviewed on cityCURRENT radio show by host Jeremy Park. The cityCURRENT radio show airs across the Cumulus Media Memphis network, with 600,000+ listeners weekly and includes 98.1 The Max, …