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· Carrboro Poetica

· Above and Below

· Spinning Straw: the Jeff Apple Story

Short Stories
· Scrawny Kid Clerked at Thrifty

· Euceless Laughs, Y O U Laugh {Capice?}

· This is Your Lucky Day by Euceless Liesalot

· Christmas Fax for da Broads in da Audience

· Flashing

· Owner Will Repair Kitchen Floor {flash humor}

· Courting Able

· Bullying has no Place in a Democracy

· Calling Dr. Mengele, Calling Dr. Mengele

· Show and Tell by Karen Vanderlaan - Review

· Valley of the Shadow by Sybil Austin Skakle - Review

· Courage in Patience by Beth Fehlbaum -- a Review

· Heart Attack Symptoms Differ for Men and Women -- Read and Share!

· If you Have Been Kidnapped or Abducted --A Letter from Someone who Cares

· RICO for Kids - Help Missing Children, U.S.A.

· Reason to Celebrate! {re O N E's impact re suffering in Africa}

· Angels That Care: Think Education, Think Sharing, Think TLC

· Listen to Your Muse, Then get up an' do Your Thing

· Poem an Inside Job

· Vicks, Flannel, and Great Expectations?

· Rumor January 19, two Thousand Thirteen

· Snow Night with Bird

· Gunned Down

· Shape Shifter

· Fought Tooth and Nail, I Know You {for Ellie}

· Night-Light

· We are Here to Tell You

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· Featured in Creative Thinkers International!

· Second Appearance in Leann Marshall's Sketch Notes

· New Appearance in The Yarn Spinner

· Bullying has no Place in a Democracy Featured at Creative Thinkers Intnl

· Poem to Appear in Sketchbook

· Poems to Appear in Sensations' 21st Century Issue

· In Richard Lee King's The Price of Freedom

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Rape statistics are discouraging. If ever there was a time when voices needed to be raised in support of measures to protect women and girls -- all over the world -- it is now.



    Worldwide, the incidence of rape against women is estimated to be as high as 70%.  Amnesty International recently predicted that one in five  will become victims of sexual assault.  They point out that rape often leads to stigmatization, and there is more risk of contracting HIV and AIDS.
Pregnancy is always a danger, and in some cultures, a woman who has been raped is abused by her family, the community, or both.  She is, after all, “damaged property.”
             Rape statistics are extremely disturbing.   Last year, 15,000 women were raped in the Congo.   Women who are Native Americans or Native Alaskans are said to be two-and-a-half times as likely to be sexually assaulted as non-native women in the U.S..   Something like six out of 10 female migrants from Central America are raped en route.
             Not all the news is bad.  Amnesty International was instrumental in getting legislation passed that is helping to protect Native-Americans and -Alaskan women.  President Obama signed the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010 into effect.
            We need to pressure Congress to reintroduce and throw unanimous support behind the International Violence Against Women Act, which is meant to prevent and respond to violence against women during conflicts and in their homes and help women’s groups aid survivors.   Plus we need to insist that the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women [CEDAW]
be ratified.  Every other country in the Western hemisphere and all but seven other countries
have agreed to ratification of the treaty!
           These are but a few of the measures that can be taken to protect women and girls from being
           For more information, go to or write Amnesty International USA,  5 Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10001.

                                     Phyllis Jean Green
                                  (for Angels That Care)                                                     
                                         October, 2011


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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 10/20/2011
A much-needed service. Male-dominated society abuse should eliminated in the 21st Century. To my mind all rapists need a dose of their own medicine--an eye for an eye--so to speak, and then have their jewels removed without anesthetic.

Reviewed by Marcia Duning (Reader) 10/19/2011
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