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December 26, 2000
NAME: Jean Morrison AGE: 38 HOME: Canyon Country PROFESSION: Owner of Morrison Communications, which specializes in media relations, event planning and nonprofit development; volunteer co-founder since 1993 of the local chapter of the "Clothesline Project," a traveling display of decorated T-shirts created by women who have been sexually, physically or emotionally abused.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 26, 2000
NAME: Jean Morrison AGE: 38 HOME: Canyon Country PROFESSION: Owner of Morrison Communications, which specializes in media relations, event planning and nonprofit development; volunteer co-founder since 1993 of the local chapter of the "Clothesline Project," a traveling display of decorated T-shirts created by women who have been sexually, physically or emotionally abused.
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March 19, 1993
Thank you for Peter H. King's column "A Walk Across the City" (March 7). It is refreshing to read something positive for a change. I'm sure that if as much attention was focused on what is good about our community as is focused on what is bad, we would all have a more accurate view of what Los Angeles is really like. The real Los Angeles is a good place to live. This is a vote for balance in news reporting. JEAN MORRISON Los Angeles
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 19, 1993
Thank you for Peter H. King's column "A Walk Across the City" (March 7). It is refreshing to read something positive for a change. I'm sure that if as much attention was focused on what is good about our community as is focused on what is bad, we would all have a more accurate view of what Los Angeles is really like. The real Los Angeles is a good place to live. This is a vote for balance in news reporting. JEAN MORRISON Los Angeles
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October 12, 2000
The fourth annual Ending Violence Against Women conference is expected to draw more than 1,500 people to the daylong event today at Cal State Northridge, organizers said. "We're going to provide tools to end violence," said coordinator and co-founder Jean Morrison. "We're teaching preparation. If we take time to prepare for a large earthquake that doesn't happen every few minutes, why not prepare for sexual assault and domestic violence, something that happens every minute of every day?"
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September 19, 1990
Harry Reitz, a typographer who pioneered the making of newspapers and other printed props for films and television shows, including the classic "Citizen Kane," has died in Encino. He was 79. A longtime resident of Encino, Reitz died Saturday of a heart attack, said his daughter, Jean Morrison. Born March 5, 1911, in Cincinnati, Reitz moved to Glendale in 1936 and started the Craftsman Co. in Hollywood.
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March 31, 1997 | STEPHEN BYRD
A daylong conference exploring violence against women and its aftereffects is scheduled Thursday at Cal State Northridge. The 1997 Ending Violence Against Women Conference, sponsored by the San Fernando Valley chapter of the National Organization for Women, will also feature the first statewide display of the Clothesline Project, an international collection of T-shirts decorated by survivors, family members and friends of victims.
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August 15, 1998 | EDWARD M. YOON
As a means of beautifying their neighborhood and improving the environment, North Hills residents are having a "Neighborhood Cleanup Day" today. From 7 a.m. to noon, parents and children of Familias Unidas, a grass-roots neighborhood empowerment project, will pick up loose trash on their streets, organizers said. The area is bounded by Nordhoff and Parthenia streets, Sepulveda Boulevard and the San Diego Freeway.
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October 30, 1998 | EDWARD M. YOON
As a safe daytime alternative to trick or treating, a family-oriented Halloween party for children will be held Saturday at Langdon Avenue Elementary School in North Hills. During preparation for the event, volunteers found enough hypodermic needles to fill a shoe box while cleaning up the neighborhood, said Manny Velasquez, spokesman for Vecinos Unidos Contra La Violencia, a North Hills violence-prevention group that is hosting the party.
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October 12, 2000 | GRACE E. JANG
The fourth annual Ending Violence Against Women conference is expected to draw more than 1,500 people to the daylong event today at Cal State Northridge, organizers said. "We're going to provide tools to end violence," said coordinator and co-founder Jean Morrison. "We're teaching preparation. If we take time to prepare for a large earthquake that doesn't happen every few minutes, why not prepare for sexual assault and domestic violence, something that happens every minute of every day?"
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April 6, 2001
An office that will provide free and low-cost counseling to victims of sexual assault and their families will open Saturday in the northeast San Fernando Valley. The new Mission Hills office will become the third branch of the state- and federally funded Valley Trauma Center, which already has locations in Van Nuys and Santa Clarita. A $150,000 state grant allowed the organization to open the Mission Hills office, said trauma center spokeswoman Jean Morrison.
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