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July 2013


Globalization Links

Brian Klocke Brian is Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh. He has a PhD in Sociology and has taught in Sociology and Women’s Studies on issues of masculinities and femininities, globalization, race & ethnicity, media & society, and social inequality.


Fathering Links

Doug Gertner is an educator and consultant on issues including fatherhood and work-life balance. He is founder and principal of Emu Consulting, LLC, and is on the editorial board of the journal Men and Masculinities. Doug is a national trainer for Boot Camp for New Dads along with teaching college classes on issues of men and masculinity.


Ending Men’s Violence Links

Mainly Men Against Violence and Sexism   Mainely Men Against Violence and Sexism is here to help men help each other: To end the violence that permeates our culture, and to support one another in that work.   Stop Abuse for Everyone (SAFE)   Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE) is a human rights organization that provides services, publications, and training to serve those who

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Eliminating Racism Links

Racial Intervention Story Exchange   This Web repository is a place where students, teachers, employees, managers, and other concerned people can exchange stories of the ways in which they have intervened across racial lines. When European Americans consider racism in the US, they often think of the KKK and skinheads, but what dominates the attention of many people-of-color are what Lauren Nile calls the

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Child Custody Links

Battered Mothers Custody Conference The Conference includes presentations, round-table discussions, and question & answer sessions with nationally distinguished professionals whose work is focused on resolving the complex issues facing battered women as they strive to protect themselves and their children in and out of court during custody and visitation disputes. It is open to lay persons and of special interest to advocates, social workers,

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