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
Jossine Abrahams is a successful Health Care worker who owns a Health Care Business. She was born in Africa and moved to the United Kingdom with her daughter in the early 90’s. She is the CEO of Life Change Training & Home Care Ltd. & Zim – South Foods in London and also a college Lecturer in Health & Social Care?
Empowering and Inspiring Women Globally- I Survived, Erin Cull 02/12 by DiannaBelleRose | Entertainment Podcasts:
Erin Cull is a survivor of a sexual and domestic violence situation. She has a way of telling her story through speaking it and leaving the words behind. Leaving what happened behind. Her story is a traumatic one, but she strives to help others with community walks, police force and other organizations.
Teresa Howard is a domestic violence survivor and founder of Take Action with Teresa.
She is a published author and speaker. Her new book 12 Months to Reclaiming your Life was just published. It’s a journal to help women rebuild their lives. She wrote it for domestic violence survivors, but it works for rebuilding from any traumatic event.
Domestic Violence Statistics
Harris County reported more than 250,000 domestic abuse cases between 2014 and 2015.
1 in 3 women will experience abuse in their life.
23, 311 women and children were reported homeless due to domestic violence.