The History of Domestic Violence in American Cinema
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2.0 CLE Credits (Substantive)
For a large part of American history domestic violence was not regarded as a crime. In many cases of domestic violence the police told the perpetrator to just, “keep it off the street.” Those days are long gone! This 2.0 credits CLE explores the history of domestic violence in American cinema and how it parallels the public policy through the New Jersey and federal judicial system.
GSCLE Show ID 244