PAWLEYS ISLAND — For a man fighting to conquer the scourge of domestic violence, the timing for Tony Porter’s speech to Georgetown leaders couldn’t have been more perfect.
Porter, co-founder of the nonproﬁt A Call to Men: The National Association of Men and Women Committed to Ending Violence Against Women, spoke Monday to the G-MEN group, or the Georgetown Men Endorsing Nonviolence group, an initiative by the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office.
A study released on Monday ranked South Carolina second in the nation for women murdered by men. Also Monday, the Baltimore Ravens terminated their contract with running back Ray Rice, as a video surfaced showing him knocking out his fiance in February. Continue reading