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Cresta Starr Anderson

My path to healing started with this acknowledgment and these three words, I BELIEVE YOU. I decided to report my childhood sexual abuse thirty some years after it had happened. I thought I had resolved it, or at least tried to resolve it. My older cousin sexually abused me. He promised me he had never …

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Kayla Cash

My name is Kayla, and when I was 12, I was sexually assault by someone I trusted. When I processed what happened, and told family, I didn’t know what to expect. I was scared, hurt, and sad that someone I loved could hurt me like this. Many family members believed me and supported me through …

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Madilyn Merritt

Madilyn Merritt, student journalist, wants people to start talking openly about sexual assault and to stop blaming victims. She’s using her position on the high school newspaper to push the envelope and call attention to this issue she cares so passionately about.   Madilyn says adults and school administrators in her small town are reluctant …

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