No one knows precisely how many Native American women and girls are missing or murdered because some cases go unreported, others aren’t documented thoroughly and there isn’t a specific government database tracking these cases. The issue is gaining political traction as an expanding activist movement focuses on Native women — a population known to experience some of the nation’s highest rates of murder, sexual violence and domestic abuse. Source: https://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/photos-missing-and-murdered-native-american-women/collection_e351bcea-bac1-5f6b-a79c-eb179c6835d9.html#12
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A splinter cult reportedly formed by leaders and members of the Hosanna Church became the salacious heart of a child sex abuse scandal that rocked and shocked the community following newspaper and broadcast reports of devil worshipping and occult rituals involving animal blood and pentagrams.? https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-satanic-child-sex-abuse-case-that-may-have-inspired-true-detective
“Some new rape statistics direct from the Minister of Police, Bheki Cele, have left the nation feeling even more worried and unsafe. Believe it or not, over 40% of all the rapes in South Africa are committed against children.
In a parliamentary reply to a question from the DA, Cele revealed various numbers for child murders and child rapes over the last three financial years.”
The woman who wrote a letter alleging Judge Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her while both were in high school has stepped forward. In an interview with Washington post published Sunday, Christine Blasey Ford, a professor at Palo Alto University, documented her alleged encounter with Kavanaugh, saying she feels a “civic responsibility” to speak out about the Supreme Court nominee –http://www.cbsnews.com
The Light Within
by Diana Bellerose
Ruth Mutanda is the founder and CEO of Ruth For Women an organization for abused women and children brought up in abusive homes. She is a survivor of abuse for 32 years.
Ruth is a mother of 3 daughters and 1 son as well as being a grandmother of 4. She was married to a former diplomat for 34 years and they served in the diplomatic service for 12 years (France, Ethiopia and South Africa). Currently finishing her BA Hons in Community Development. She holds a degree in Interior Designing, Theology a Diploma in Hospitality and Events Management and a Diploma in Counselling. She is an entrepreneur and an author.