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DART joins the nation in saying ‘No More’

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NO MORE — “It’s not my problem!”
NO MORE — ”But he’s such a nice guy!”
NO MORE — “Why doesn’t she just leave?”
NO MORE — “She was asking for it.”
NO MORE — “He said he was sorry!”

I recall first seeing the NO MORE ad campaign in 2013, featuring the cast of TV’s “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.”

Their faces were grim as they uttered the lines above.

The irony is that these are universal statements made by those who stand outside a violent relationship, making assumptions about the victim or the abuser.

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