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Ravens give $400,000 to relationship violence group
Ravens give $400,000 to relationship violence group

The Baltimore Ravens, thrust into a national debate over domestic violence after former running back Ray Rice punched and knocked out his future wife, is giving $400,000 to a local foundation that works to combat the problem. The One Love Foundation, created by the family of Yeardley Love, the Cockeysville woman who was murdered in 2010 by her ex-boyfriend and fellow University of Virginia lacrosse player, said it would announce the gift and a two-year partnership with the team on Tuesday. "Obviously this is a big issue for the Ravens," said Katie Higgins Hood, the CEO of One Love. "They had heard what we are doing on the prevention side and that we're trying to get...