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Cornell University’s New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations Metro Office (Cornell-ILR) teamed up with CONNECT in New York City and a group of creative professionals from Rochester, N.Y. to produce a unique booklet encouraging men to get involved in fighting domestic violence and other forms of violence against women and girls.
The 16-page full-color booklet—entitled Stand-up Guys—tells six stories about “regular guys” from across New York State who have made a passionate commitment to ending violence against women.
Stand-up Guys also features dramatic full-page portraits by Forest McMullin, a professional photographer now based in Atlanta whose work is in the permanent collection of Rochester’s International Museum of Photography. McMullin volunteered his time to travel across the www.bestenuhren.net
state to capture the portraits.
This booklet appears on the CAEPV website courtesy of the above individuals and organizations.