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Executive Director

Women's Resources


Executive Director of Women's Resources

Monroe County


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www.poconorecord.com

Beata Peck Little, executive director of Women's Resources, opened the conversation."Oppression is the cause of all violence," she said, noting that oppression can come in the form of words.


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It's one of those basic things like breathing, eating and sleeping," Beata Peck Little told a group of parents and teachers Saturday.The anger session was part of a day-long conference for child care providers sponsored by the Pocono Healthy Communities Alliance at East Stroudsburg University.A teacher in the session said she sees much more anger in children than she did 15 years ago.It's normal for kids to feel angry, said Peck Little.The key is teaching them that aggressive behavior sparked by anger is not appropriate."Help them understand the difference," she said.Peck Little, who is executive director of Women's Resources of Monroe County, often hears battered women say, "He hit me because he was angry so that's OK.""It's never OK to be aggressive to another person," she said.Peck Little advised the mother to plan special activities like a bike ride or movie with her daughter and cancel them if the girl has an angry outburst.


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"Historically, we are helping people after the fact," says Beata Peck Little, director of Women's Resources.


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The cuts, spanning food stamps, children's programs and affordable housing subsidies, will trash the support system working poor need to keep their jobs, said Beata Peck-Little of Women's Resources."In order for people to live, they need food, shelter and an opportunity to work.These cuts represent a real shift in the ability of people to do that," she said.


www.poconorecord.com

The history of women's suffrage in Monroe County will be recounted by Amy Leiser, director of Monroe County Historical Association, and Beata Peck-Little, director of Women's Resources.


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