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A Call to Men: NFL Hopes to Curb Domestic Violence By Teaching ‘Healthy Manhood’

The NFL is working to curb domestic violence by partnering with an organization called A Call to Men, which teaches “healthy, respectful manhood.” The group’s CEO, Tony Porter, and Troy Vincent, a former NFL player and the league’s executive vice president, are in town to talk about the program. They joined Houston Matters producer Paige Phelps to talk […]

(L-R) Houston Matters producer Paige Phelps  talks with former NFL player and league executive vice president Troy Vincent, and Tony Porter, CEO of A Call to Men, an organization that fights domestic violence by teaching 'healthy manhood.' (Photo Courtesy: A Call to Men/via Twitter @ACallToMen)The NFL is working to curb domestic violence by partnering with an organization called A Call to Men, which teaches “healthy, respectful manhood.”

The group’s CEO, Tony Porter, and Troy Vincent, a former NFL player and the league’s executive vice president, are in town to talk about the program. They joined Houston Matters producer Paige Phelps to talk about their efforts.

(Above: [L-R] Houston Matters producer Paige Phelps talks with former NFL player and league executive vice president Troy Vincent, and Tony Porter, CEO of A Call to Men, an organization that fights domestic violence by teaching ‘healthy manhood.’ Photo Courtesy: A Call to Men/via Twitter @ACallToMen)

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