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BEV GOODEN: #WHYISTAYED MOVEMENT

This episode features domestic abuse advocate, activist and creator of the #WhyIStayed hashtag, Bev Gooden (www.BeverlyGooden.com). A survivor of domestic violence herself, Bev Gooden created the viral hashtag, #WhyIStayed, to give others who've experienced domestic abuse a sense of community and safe space to discuss their experience. Gooden talks about her own experiences, her inspiration behind the creation of #WhyIStayed hashtag and her new project, The Bolt Bag (https://bit.ly/2pqrfGo). We also discuss cultural trends around domestic violence and celebrity cases and how society protects famous people from accountability.

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