It’s important to understand that every person’s lived experience impacts how they individually experience domestic and sexual violence. Oppression, stereotypes, bias, racism often adds another obstacle to healing. Listening to others, even when they don’t seem to be like us, can be freeing in the most unpredictable ways.
(*Note: The people in this video have not identified as Survivors. WE selected this video for an understanding of how people treat other people who have darker hues. WE hope it helps you to gain more insight into Survivors who may have similar experiences.)
“Women and men of all hues generating solutions to both domestic violence and sexual violence.”
–Tonya GJ Prince has been a leading subject matter expert (SME) in domestic violence and sexual violence.
For over 25 years she has helped people heal, prevent, and overcome domestic and sexual violence.
In order to accomplish this mission, she founded several diverse & inclusive platforms designed to allow Survivors to use their own voices including;
WESurviveAbuse.com, SurvivorAffirmations.com, & BraidtheLadder.org.
Tonya is an author, activist, advocate, Survivor, speaker, counselor, & mentor.
B.S. Organizational Management & Development/Bluefield College
Email: info (at) wesurviveabuse.com
Google Voice: (720)-593-9462
www.TonyaGJPrince.com- BraidtheLadder.org -SurvivorAffirmations.com
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