Discoveren(gender)edEpisode 10: Barry Goldstein on Gender Bias in Family Courts and Suggested Policy Actions
Episode 10:  Barry Goldstein on Gender Bias in Family Courts and Suggested Policy Actions

Episode 10: Barry Goldstein on Gender Bias in Family Courts and Suggested Policy Actions

Update: 2018-06-29
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This episode of en(gender)ed features guest, Barry Goldstein, an internationally recognized domestic violence author, speaker and advocate.  He has worked in the DV movement since 1983 and served as an instructor in a NY Model Batterer Program since 1999.  He is co-editor of two volumes of Domestic Violence, Abuse and Child Custody with Dr. Mo Therese Hannah, Representing the Domestic Violence Survivor co-authored with Elizabeth Liu, Scared to Leave Afraid to Stay and The Quincy Solution: Stop Domestic Violence and Save $500 Billion.  Barry is the Research Director for the Stop Abuse Campaign and Co-Chair of the Child Custody Task Force for NOMAS, the National Organization for Men Against Sexism.


Barry is here to speak with us today about his work in the courts, gender bias, the Stop Abuse Campaign and the Safe Child Act, a comprehensive legislative solution to the child custody crisis.  If you would like to get in touch with Barry, please email him at info@stopabusecampaign.com.

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Episode 10:  Barry Goldstein on Gender Bias in Family Courts and Suggested Policy Actions

Episode 10: Barry Goldstein on Gender Bias in Family Courts and Suggested Policy Actions

Teri Yuan