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Engaging the Hope Within Us, an Interview with Deondra and Gregory Brown
Deondra and Gregory Brown of The 5 Browns discuss the power of music to help heal survivors and their work on behalf of child victims of abuse.
Neglect and the Ecosystem of Abuse, with Paul DiLorenzo
Paul DiLorenzo asks how we might interrupt the cycle of generational abuse by stopping the cycle of chronic neglect—and what prevents us from doing this right now?
An Interview with Filmmaker Sasha Joseph Neulinger
We talk to Sasha Neulinger, director and producer of the acclaimed documentary, Rewind, about reckoning with his past as a victim of child sexual abuse and his inner journey to
Is Child Sexual Abuse Inevitable? – with Dr. Elizabeth Letourneau
What if instead of focusing exclusively on victims and parents for child sexual abuse prevention, we turned to the source of the problem: the person at risk of sexually abusing
Centering Survivors in the Law, Criminal Justice Crystal Ball, Part 3, with Nelson Bunn
Nelson Bunn joins us in a look at statute of limitation (SOL) reform: While it’s good news that many states have reformed SOL laws for victims of child sexual abuse,
What’s Past Is Prologue: Criminal Justice Crystal Ball Series, Part 2, with Brad Russ
What can we learn from past criminal justice reforms, and how might partnerships between police, multidisciplinary team members, and Children’s Advocacy Centers provide a path forward for our communities?
The Future of Prosecution, Criminal Justice Crystal Ball Series, Part 1, with Nelson Bunn
In the midst of a national debate about criminal justice reform, what’s the role of the prosecutor and how do we transform the system while still centering victims?
Can a Pandemic Have a Silver Lining? with Dr. Danielle Roubinov
COVID-19 has upended our world, but Dr. Danielle Roubinov of the University of California says it has also forced researchers to innovate in ways that could help kids and families
The Meaning of Healing for Black Kids and Families, with Dr. Isha Metzger
Dr. Isha Metzger noticed that the gold-standard treatment for children delivered at Children’s Advocacy Centers wasn’t working for her clients and came up with a brand-new adaptation to serve Black