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Eberstein Witherite Joins K104 to Benefit Women Called Moses at Charity Bowl-A-Thon

DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / May 6, 2017 / On May 11, Eberstein Witherite will join K104 as they bring the Dallas/Fort Worth area the 2017 DeDe's Charity Bowl-A-Thon benefitting Women Called Moses , a non-profit organization that assists survivors of domestic abuse through education and advocacy services.

South Dallas Domestic Violence Organization Gets Big Check

SOUTH DALLAS - What started as an online campaign has led to a movement. Anita Hawkins, founder of Find One Reason to Smile, a Facebook page that strives to inspire the community, has given Debra Bowles several thousand reasons to smile.

Concern as women shelters at maximum capacity

DALLAS - When domestic abuse victims decide to leave, it's a scary and uncertain time. And now, advocates are scrambling to make sure they stay safe as shelters are at full to capacity. News 8 spoke to one young pregnant woman who's just days away from delivery and seeking shelter from an abusive relationship.

SafeNight app comes to the aid of domestic violence victims in North Texas | Domestic Violence | Dallas News

The call came Friday from Women Called Moses, a nonprofit known as an underground railroad for victims of domestic violence. Two families needed a place to stay through the weekend. But as usual, all the local shelters were full.

Is Dallas becoming a shelter desert? | Commentary | Dallas News

Initially, agencies must acknowledge an inadequacy in servicing the very communities destroyed by domestic violence (please see South Dallas). Then they should identify community leaders with whom they can rely on and partner with for solutions. For Denise Wolford, founder of All Women Marching for Hope (and a 20-year survivor of domestic violence), the issue of overflow with shelters can be answered simply: churches.

New Report Details Dallas Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is still an urgent Dallas problem according to a new report for the Mayor's Domestic Violence Taskforce from The Institute for Urban Policy Research at The University of Texas at Dallas. "Domestic violence permeates every sector of our community, regardless of class, race, ethnicity, neighborhood, it's everywhere," said UTD Assistant Criminology Professor, Dr. Denise Paguette Boots, who co-authored the report.

Debra Nixon-Bowles from Women Called Moses answers a tough question - Tony Scott

I had the privilege of talking to Debra Nixon-Bowles, from Women Called Moses. We talked about domestic violence and I asked her about the first time she was hit.

domestic violence: breaking the silence with women called moses

According to the Department of Justice, 1 in 4 women will experience domestic violence. To better comprehend this statistic and undiscriminating problem, and to learn how to help prevent it, we sat down with Debra Nixon-Bowles, founder and president of Women Called Moses.

Domestic Violence Shelters at Capacity During Heat Wave

Victims of domestic abuse are finding North Texas shelters at maximum capacity during the scorching summer, according to domestic violence prevention advocates. Debra Nixon Bowles with a group called 'Women Called Moses' said she has 50 women looking for shelter this week to escape abusive partners.

One Reason To Smile Campaign Benefiting Women Called Moses

Founded in November 2014 by entrepreneur Anita Hawkins, One Reason to Smile is an inspiring Facebook community where uplifting messages are shared daily among the almost 800 members. "One Reason to Smile is something given to me by God, that He put on my heart to share with others," says Hawkins.

"DeDe in the Morning" and K104FM's 1st Annual "DeDe's Putt Putt Golf Tournament" Helped Raise $6,000

On the 24th of July at Alley Cats in Arlington, TX, K104FM and DeDe McGuire, host of "DeDe in the Morning" held their 1ST Annual "DeDe's Putt Putt Golf Tournament". They raised $6,000 to benefit "Women Called Moses" a nonprofit organization to help battered women and their children.

Women Called Moses in the Trenches of Domestic Violence

"Domestic Violence is a growing epidemic with tragic consequences" - Debra Nixon-Bowles Debra Nixon-Bowles founder of the nonprofit organization Women Called Moses fights a never ending battle to protect domestic violence victims and their children. "Domestic violence is a growing epidemic with tragic consequences," says Bowles.

Women Called Moses Breaking News - The Legendary Donnie Nelson Teams Up with Women Called Moses

Latest news from Women Called Moses about abuse women,basic necessities,basketball operations - Mr. Nelson is diligently working behind the scenes to provide a safe haven for women and children affected by domestic violence..

How Debra Nixon-Bowles Saves Women From Domestic Abuse

Debra Nixon-Bowles has been to hell and back. She knows firsthand why so many women stay with their abusive partners. But she also knows what it's like to have the courage to leave and never look back.

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