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National Campaign Addresses Domestic Violence in ND Oil Patch

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WATFORD CITY, N.D. (AP) - A national campaign will debut in Watford City next week to encourage men in the North Dakota's oil patch to take a stand against domestic violence. 

A town hall meeting called "Healthy Masculinity and the Patch" is set for July 31. It's one of six events planned around the country by the Healthy Masculinity Action Project. 

The event is organized by the North Dakota Council on Abused Women's Service in partnership with a Washington, D.C.-based organization called Men Can Stop Rape.

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