Tonya GJ Prince is the Founder/Editor of WESurviveAbuse.com:
The facts are these:
Rape is extremely sensitive in the Black culture, for a multitude of valid reasons.
Rape, anxiety, depression, anger, and grief aren’t problems that Black women are “supposed” to deal with.
Rape, anxiety, depression, anger, and grief aren’t problems that Black women are allowed to deal with.
Even after decades, even after generations, our family is in the process of healing.
Every single day is a boot camp level challenge.
Today, a few members of my family courageously speak about these “things”.
But, make no mistake, we are a work in progress.
No matter which way we go, the road remains treacherous & desolate.
Even as we heal, we continue to encounter more oppression.
Nevertheless, the lessons and giant faith that you gain along the journey are absolutely worth it.
Throughout the globe, in every nation, WE are Survivors of violence, rape, and abuse.
We are every color, race, gender, and ethnicity.
Even so, for the most part, we are silenced and uncounted.
WESurviveAbuse.com was started to keep us all from remaining unstoried. Our testimonies, lessons, and stories ought to be shared with the world. This is THAT platform.
Tonya GJ Prince
WESurviveAbuse.com is a culturally inclusive and diverse information hub for Survivors of both sexual & domestic violence. “WE” centers the brave voices of Survivors, while challenging the silence around violence and abuse,
WESurviveAbuse provides parents with life-saving safety tips to keep their children safe from persons who might prey upon their vulnerability.
WESurviveAbuse directly speaks to millions of (moms & dads) parents and caretakers who are themselves Survivors of sexual and domestic abuse.
WESurviveAbuse addresses the unique issues that Survivors face.
WESurviveAbuse provides Survivors with tried and true, effective, and practical lessons on self-care and healing.
WESurviveAbuse provides people who may be in an abusive relationship with safety tips, resources, self-care strategies, and more.
WESurviveAbuse is founded and edited by a Mom who happens to be a Survivor of child sexual abuse.
WESurviveAbuse offers parents, allies, professionals, and of course; Survivors a space to speak out about the issue of violence and abuse.
More information on professional work at: www.tonyagjprince.com