- Tomorrow evening, ESPN’s excellent E:60 program will do a piece on Invisible Victims:
According to experts, children with disabilities are three times more likely than children without them to be victims of sexual abuse. And when the disability is mental rather than physical – meaning the disability is not immediately visible – the cases are even harder to address or to adjudicate. Focusing on a teenage basketball player from South Carolina, Jeremy Schaap uncovers this silent epidemic in an E:60 investigation.
- The No Longer Silence Movement is currently raising funds online to register a trademark as part of starting to build a larger organization dedicated to helping teen and young adult survivors of childhood abuse.
- The P Luna Foundation is looking for help and ideas for Male Abuse Awareness Week:
Male Abuse Awareness Week, Dec 1-8 is coming up soon. We are planning an event in San Francisco. Any other suggestions on how to make this a successful year for the charity? :)) Lets talk?
- Corey Feldman’s memoir, due out Oct 28 will, apparently detail the child abuse he suffered starting at the age of 4.