It’s an epidemic, but once it’s acknowledged we have the power to put an end to it,” Bobbi says.
The workshops spell out what an abusive relationship is, and what you can do about it whether you’re a victim, an abuser or a bystander.
That was the date when John Mason received his patent for the threaded screw-type closure, and it appears on many different brands of jars. Check the logos below against the logo on your jar. Ignore the Mold Number How about that big number on the bottom of many jars? The quality control people used the number on the bottom of the jar to identify which mold was producing bad jars.
The number has nothing to do with when the jar was made.
But, you say, how can the date 1884 be correct, since you have a jar embossed with a patent date of 1858. Most machines would have from eight to ten molds, all making the same type of jar.Workshop attendees include the general public, juveniles in diversion programs and families in crisis.Hearing Kaity’s story can be a wake-up call for teens who are being abused, Bobbi points out.Just a couple of weeks after Kaity was killed, Bobbi’s neighbor, a professor of women’s studies at Arizona State University, asked Bobbi if she would share Kaity’s story at a symposium on domestic violence.“Without hesitation I said ‘yes.’ That’s when I started looking into statistics,” she says.