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Updated ByLaws 4 2017

Revised Rules of Order November 2017

revised WRC Rules of Order Draft 7-17 (1)

October Financial Summary

Copy of 2017-October

December 2017 Agenda

December Agenda 2017

Women’s Resource Center to Generate Awareness on Perils of Domestic Violence

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Throughout the month, the Women’s Resource Center will be actively engaging the community at local events, raising awareness about the perils of domestic violence on individuals, families and the community. According the State of Oklahoma Fatality Review Board, 96-percent of domestic violence homicide victims never spoke to a trained…
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Women’s Resource Center welcomes new Board Leadership

The Women’s Resource Center is beginning a new fiscal year under new board leadership. Dr. Lisa Frey, Associate Professor for the Counseling Psychology Program at the University of Oklahoma, will take the helm as the board President. Mari Newcomer, Nurse Manager for the Women’s and Children’s Unit at Norman Regional Hospital, will serve as Vice…
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The Four Forms of Domestic Violence

Domestic violence isn’t a black-and-white term. There are different types of domestic violence, each presented in a different way and each carrying their own effect on the victim. Knowing the difference can not only help you to realize them, but to understand the true gravity of what millions of women have endured, and continue to…
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3 Components of Rape Culture and What You Can Do to Fight Back

 From a piece by Christin P. Bowman, MS, MA (Doctoral student in Critical Social-Personality Psychology at The Graduate Center, City University of New York)) To begin, rape is caused by rape culture. Rape culture is a phenomenon that is made up of many different ingredients – and so, like a recipe, when they are combined…
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