Courage Network interviews Susan Murphy Milano, domestic violence advocate, crime victims expert and author of the "Time's Up". Susan discusses her reason for becoming a voice against domestic violence and her new book "Time's Up". Survivors will learn more about how to effectively safety plan through this book and the important of the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit, a system that Susan created as the road map for survivors. Also learn more about the driving force that has helped Susan in her work for the past 20 years to stop intimate partner violence and why every person and organization dealing with domestic violence should know the contents of "Time's Up".
Courage Network interviews Allen Thomas, advocate, activist and founder of Operation Freedom NC. As a survivor, Allen speaks courageously with us about the loss of his mother to domestic violence and his reasons to continue his work as an activist. He also speaks with us about his organization, a grass roots effort, to raise awareness and help other domestic violence organizations in his community. Allen also emphasizes that it's ok for survivors to seek help.
Live radio broadcast that aired on November 1, 2010. Portia Shipman discusses the reason for the Sherri Denese Jackson Foundation. Lyn Twyman discusses how she was victimized in her own family and later in life. In this interview, learn the warning signs and how to prevent domestic violence.
Courage Network interviews Donalja James - The Voiceness. A survivor and advocate of domestic violence, Donalja shares her very personal story from sexual assault and victimization to healing. Her mission to use her voice to help others through her performances and music is impacting her community and through her newest work, the debut stage play titled "Why Me Lord?". Listen as The Voiceness describes her journey to healing, the telling social experiment she conducted and the reactions she received from others as she portrayed a battered woman.