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We are many parts
We are all one body.
And the gifts we have,
We were given to share.
May the spirit of love, make us one indeed;


One, the Love that we share;
One, our hope and despair;
One, the cross that we bear.


God of all, we look to you,
We would be your servants true,
Let us be your love for all the world

Lyrics above are from the song We Are Many Parts by Marty Haugen

February 14, 2020

 Note: This article was originally published on October 9, 2019

Stanford University has agreed to change its involuntary leave of absence policy, mental health staffing and training to better accommodate students facing mental illness crises, including those who ha...

February 14, 2020

Young men who believe that "real men don't cry" may be more prone to suicide, a new study suggests.

It has long been known that men are more likely than women to end their own lives: In the United States, the suicide death rate among men is about 3.5 times that of women...

February 14, 2020

The Department of Veterans Affairs is proposing spending $682 million more next fiscal year on mental health issues, and ramping up funding for suicide prevention efforts by one-third, as it faces Congressional scrutiny over a series of tragic incidents on VA premises...

January 29, 2020

It gives ‘complete amnesty’ to rape accusers for breaking rules

At Indiana Wesleyan University, female students can freely break campus rules on sexual activity, coed dorm visits and even climbing through windows – as long as they accuse a male student of sexual assault...

January 27, 2020

Columbia University continues to deny students accused of sexual assault their due process rights, going out of their way to ignore exculpatory evidence in order to find accused men responsible no matter how thin the allegations.

The latest example is Ben Feibleman, who...

January 22, 2020

Less intrusive than the ‘traditional complaint-resolution process’

Complying with an investigation by the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights can cost a school six figures and a year or more under a cloud of suspicion.

Secretary Betsy DeVos* announced anoth...

January 21, 2020

The Spanish Inquisition of the 15th century reeked havoc on the lives of thousands, especially those found guilty of not adhering closely to strict Roman Catholic orthodoxy, and many were executed or were driven into exile. American college campus judicial proceedings...

‘A Boys Who Code program would never be allowed,’ activist scoffs

If you went to the library and saw an offered program called “Girls Who Code,” would you think it was open to your son?

Northern California’s Sebastopol Library, which receives federal education funding an...

January 8, 2020

The table above is based on some of the items in the list “For every 100 girls….” that I featured last April on CD here. The list was originally created by Tom Mortenson in 2011 and I updated the list earlier this year with Tom’s permission. Special thanks to Gale Pool...

January 6, 2020

‘Female, non-binary and non-cisgender students’

Marketing materials from a series of events at the University of Cincinnati suggest that they were not open to men, though the administration insists men were allowed to participate.

First brought to light Friday by Univers...

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National Coalition For Men Carolinas

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Disclaimer: This website compiles information for distribution as a public service. The information distributed does not necessarily reflect the views of the National Coalition For Men Carolinas (NCFMC).The information contained on this website is strictly for informational purposes only and is not intended to represent legal advice.