Post in evidenza

Man accused of Zainab’s rape and killing part of global porn ring

ISLAMABAD: The father of seven-year-old Zainab Ansari has accused the government of trying to ignore the fact that a man accused of r...


giovedì 16 marzo 2017

TELLING: Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

SEATTLE  -- Committee for Children (CFC) and Oregon Abuse Advocates and Survivors in Service (OAASIS) are proud to present the upcoming production of TELLING: Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Step into the Light. 
The play features seven courageous adult survivors who step into the light and reveal their secrets to the audience. Their true stories are woven together to create a tapestry of pain, secrecy, and ultimately, hope. Written by Margie Boulé and directed by Jamie M. ReaTELLING will run March 31–April 2 at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute in recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month.
With the use of visual images, original music, movement, dance, and poetry, the TELLING cast share their personal stories of prolonged abuse by brothers, fathers, mothers, teachers, priests, babysitters, strangers, and "friends" of the family. With courage, some trepidation, and even some humor they step onto the stage and recount experiences that changed their lives dramatically. Their stories are a roadmap to healing and hope for other survivors.
"TELLING was inspired by the Secret Survivors National Initiative series created by the award-winning Ping Chong + Company," playwright Margie Boulé noted. "For those looking for an experience that will evoke powerful emotions, negative and positive, and have you leaving the theater feeling hopeful, joyous, and excited, this is the play to see."
Social service organizations around the country who participated in arts and activism training with Ping Chong + Company are now creating their own theatrical productions and projects featuring the voices and experiences of survivors of child sexual abuse.
"We are proud to bring TELLING to the Seattle community, not simply because of its artistic quality, but because of its bedrock message: The only way to prevent and heal from sexual abuse is by talking about it," Committee for Children Executive Director Joan Cole Duffell said. "Audiences will come away inspired by these stories of courage, transformation, and hope."
"What we're doing with TELLING is sharing stories and giving people the opportunity to walk through this journey together," said OAASIS Education Director Klarissa Oh. "We know that child sexual abuse is extraordinarily prevalent, and yet, it's silenced. When we talk about it, some of that power is broken, which is why this production is so important."
TELLING strives to help everyone in the community step into their own light of awareness and hope. A portion of the proceeds will benefit local organizations that work to prevent abuse and serve survivors through counseling and advocacy. 
To learn more, view our video or visit
Founded in 1978, Committee for Children is a global nonprofit dedicated to fostering the safety and well-being of children through social-emotional learning and development. CFC is the world's largest provider of research-based educational programs that promote social-emotional skills and prevent bullying and sexual abuse. Today the organization's curricula reach schools in more than 70 countries, including 30% of all U.S. elementary schools. Each year, more than 10.6 million children benefit from these programs. Learn more at

Connect with CFC on Facebook and Twitter.

OAASIS exists to support sexual abuse survivors and prevent future abuse. We are an alliance of survivors and advocates committed to employing our personal and collective strengths, energies, and experiences to advocate and support sexual abuse survivors, educate others, and to eliminate future abuse. OAASIS is building a movement that empowers communities to prevent child sexual abuse and help survivors live full, healthy, joyful lives. We do this by honoring the lives—and amplifying the voices—of people who were sexually abused as children. 

For more information, visit

CONTACT: Shauna McBride,, 206.612.8718
SOURCE Committee for Children

Committee for Children and Oregon Abuse Advocates and Survivors in Service Present: "TELLING: Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Step into the Light" PR NewswireMarch 14, 2017

Letter of a sexually abused autistic child 16 marzo 2017

Boy Scouts of America leader accused of sexually abusing child 16 marzo 2017

'Monsters' get 40 years to life for child sex assaults 16 marzo 2017

Child rapist on the run 16 marzo 2017

Couple indicted in child sexual torture case 16 marzo 2017

"Operation Willow" raises awareness of child sexual exploitation 16 marzo 2017

Child sexual exploitation in South Yorkshire 16 marzo 2017

Mother saved her 2-year-old daughter from rapist 15 marzo 2017

Indian pedophile, serial rapist arrested 15 marzo 2017

World Tourism Network on Child Protection 15 marzo 2017

The resilience of abused children 14 marzo 2017

Uniting church: 2,500 child sexual abuses 14 marzo 2017

Young Perth child rapist allowed back at school 14 marzo 2017

Children who sexually abuse other children 7 marzo 2017

Ex University coach faces 261 child sex charges 14 marzo 2017

Rapist met girls on Facebook 16 marzo 2017

Sex offender, child porn addict sentenced to life 16 marzo 2017

17-year-old student gang-raped by 6 fellows 16 marzo 2017

Three charged over Uppsala 'Facebook rape video' 16 marzo 2017

4-year-old girl raped by her neighbour 15 marzo 2017

28-year old Irish woman raped, murdered in Goa 15 marzo 2017

45-year-old teacher raped, brutally murdered 15 marzo 2017

‘Wizard’ and two others arrested for gang rape in Italy 15 marzo 2017

Raped by Facebook friend, video uploaded online 13 marzo 2017

Victim of clerical sex abuse slams ‘shameful’ Vatican 2 marzo 2017

Widespread child sexual abuse by Australian priests 27 febbraio 2017

Christian Brother "monster" pedophile sentenced 3 marzo 2017

Irish catholic church cover-up of child sex abuse 23 FEBBRAIO 2017

Hundreds of dead babies found in secret mass grave at Catholic orphanage 4 MARZO 2017

Ti piace?

Nessun commento:

Posta un commento