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LANDMARKS; THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 28, 1996;THE BIG PUSH;TEAMING UP AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

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Gotham, New York, has created two anti-domestic-violence public service announcements, with the help of the College Football Association, for the Liz Claiborne Foundation's Woman's Work program. One is set in a football stadium, wh ere fans are aghast when the scoreboard video screen tells how one of them "beat up his girlfriend last night." In the other PSA, football players recite a grim poem about abuse, with the spot urging, "End relationship violence. " One medium for the spots is actual video screens at college football stadiums.
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