MADRE

AcronymDefinition
MADREMothers and Daughters Raising Expectations (Austin, TX)
MADREMagnetic Drum Receiving Equipment
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MADRE, an international women's human rights organization, is extremely concerned about the escalation of violence and the threat of grave human rights abuses against women and families.
MADRE strongly condemns the Bush Administration's escalation of US involvement in Colombia's war.
La Casa de las Madres is a San Francisco's domestic violence shelter that provides safety, support and the tools to help survivors transform their lives.
Las Madres de la Plaza de Mayo fue el primer movimiento organizado que atrajo la atencion publica a las desapariciones.
Si bien cabria la necesidad de ampliar el estudio sobre los efectos de la crianza de madres adoptivas sobre cachorros de perros domesticos, este trabajo muestra de que manera la presencia de otra perra puede coordinar las actividades de juego y aprendizaje de la camada, favoreciendo el periodo de formacion de los cachorros.
This was a process of collective self-definition, in which Madres Unidas collectively challenged the controlling images (Collins, 2000) of Latina mothers that sought to limit their roles in reform.
In time, the Madres de la Plaza de Mayo would become one of the most visible and outspoken opponents of the regime, gaining international recognition with their marches and demonstrations in the square, as well as through their other actions of protest.
Hebe de Bonafini, leader of the Madres de la Plaza de Mayo, said they would still hold weekly silent vigils to demand information on their children's whereabouts.
Enriqueta Maroni Asociacion Madres de Plaza de Mayo--Linea Fundadora Buenos Aires, Argentina
With the help of young sympathizers, the madres have now taken their struggle into cyberspace, where they have their own website, www.
The first episode of Madres y Comadres launched this month just in time for back to school and aligns with the recently launched Latina Smart Facebook page, allowing Kmart to develop a deeper relationship with Hispanic women who are both tech savvy, yet underserved from a content perspective.
Pacheco's opponent in the March primary, Antonio Villaraigosa, accused Pacheco of giving money to Madres because of its link to Mothers for Nick, which spent more than $36,000 supporting Pacheco's re-election bid.