In 2015, Chanel Miller survived a high-profile sexual assault, and her victim impact statement resonated with survivors everywhere. In her statement, her advocacy, and her memoir, Chanel went from an anonymous Emily Doe to a powerful voice that spoke out against victim blaming and spoke up for the ways that our laws and our culture can support survivors. In Know My Name, Chanel reclaims her identity as someone who's more than "Brock Turner's victim," and she shares her healing and resilience in the face of trauma.
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On March 25th, keynote speakers Doug Modig and Christina Love will host the annual Choose Respect event on Zoom. They'll also share a video on why communities across Alaska have decided to choose respect. Together, Alaskans can play an active role in prevention, and Choose Respect gives each and every person the courage to speak and the strength to act.
The event is from 2:00-4:00 PM, and participants can join on Zoom at https://andvsa.zoom.us/j/9075863650
Stay tuned for the Fairbanks video featuring some familiar faces!