Things We Haven't Said Panel, with Larena Patrick, Laura Kelly, & Shanyn Kay

Things We Haven't Said


 

Things We Haven’t Said: Sexual Violence Survivors Speak Out is a powerful and timely nonfiction anthology addressing sexual violence toward children and adolescents. Join three of the contributors to this book – Laura H Kelly, Shanyn Kay, and Larena Patrick – as well as a representative from Center for Community Solutions, for a lively discussion about recovery, stigma, and their hopes for the future.

Things We Haven’t Said was written for young adults who are currently battling to survive sexual abuse, for those who are still recovering from sexual assault, and for anyone who is hoping to understand or help support others who have been through an experience of sexual violence. Each creative piece is followed by an “unfiltered interview” component so that the anthologists can speak plainly about finding their voice, recovery, families, PTSD, justice and much more. Included in the book is a practical resources section and a glossary of terms. This event is free and seating is first come, first serve. 

Buy a second copy to donate to Center for Community Solutions (CCS) and receive a 20% discount on that copy. CCS is a non-profit organization that works in San Diego County with those impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault. Please note also that the editor and contributors to this anthology give all profits to RAINN and additional rape crisis groups across the country. Come support our fight against sexual assault!

Event date: 
Thursday, May 10, 2018 - 7:00pm
Event address: 
5943 Balboa Ave.
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92111
Things We Haven't Said: Sexual Violence Survivors Speak Out Cover Image
By Erin Moulton (Editor)
$16.99
ISBN: 9781942186342
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Zest Books - March 13th, 2018

Things We Haven't Said is a powerful collection of poems, essays, letters, vignettes and interviews written by a diverse group of impressive adults who survived sexual violence as children and adolescents. Structured to incorporate creative writing to engage the reader and informative interviews to dig for context, this anthology is a valuable resource of hope, grit and honest conversation that will help teens tackle the topic of sexual violence, upend stigma and maintain hope for a better future. 


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