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Lifetime Takes On Violence Again

Lifetime Television in February will bring back its Emmy Award-winning campaign, "Our Lifetime Commitment: Stop Violence Against Women," the network announced Monday.

The campaign teams up nonprofit organizations, bipartisan political leaders, Hollywood stars, music legends and corporations in efforts to stop violence against women and girls.

This year’s campaign will include extensive on-air programming, online content and outreach around the country to raise awareness of various forms of violence -- such as domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking -- and to offer important information and resources on how women and men can help make a difference in their own lives, families and communities.

And in March, the campaign will return to Washington, D.C., for the third annual "Stop Violence Week in Washington," where Lifetime, its advocacy partners, celebrity activists, women and families directly affected by violence will come together with political leaders for special events from Congress to the White House.

"Lifetime Television is doing a wonderful and important job of spearheading this powerful partnership between the corporate and nonprofit world to end violence against women," National Latino Alliance for the Elimination of Domestic Violence executive director Adelita Medina said. "Through this initiative, men and women across the country can find out what they can do to stop the violence."