Amirah Zaveri asks Rachel Louise Snyder, journalist and author of the new book No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us about the portrayal of domestic violence in the media and how women are rallying around this issue.
In the 20 years since writing the young adult novel Speak, based on her own rape, author Laurie Halse Anderson has met with numerous audiences of adolescents. She has found a huge gap in the ways girls and boys perceive what constitutes sexual consent, abuse, and the consequences of assault.
Synopsis: Domestic abuse is something many women and men will experience in their lives. We talk to two psychologists familiar with the subject about what kind of person perpetrates partner and domestic violence, what victims can do to remove themselves from the abuse, and how being a witness to or a victim of abuse … Continue reading 15-26 Segment 1: Domestic Violence: Why it happens and how it affects the family