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We would also like to acknowledge Jim Henderson from the Battered Women's Justice Project and Ruby White Starr of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges for sharing their own stories and experiences at the National Roundtable. Patterns of adjustment among children of battered women.
Their stories enriched the Roundtable discussions and were extremely helpful in the development of this project. The effects of family and community violence on children.
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The pictures presented on this website are not the actual people in the stories but the children you will read about are composites of real life stories and events that were told to us.
In addition, we would like to thank all of the National Roundtable participants who volunteered their time and contributed their knowledge and expertise to help identify key issues and promising practices in working with children exposed to domestic violence.
We greatly appreciate the time they took from their busy schedules to attend the Roundtable in December 2010 and their continuing review and feedback throughout the entire project. Nguyen were the primary staff that worked on this project.
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