Session One Video – October 17, 2020

L.O.V.E. Let Our Voices Educate – Domestic Violence and Voting – October 17, 2020

Videos & Articles

Domestic Violence

11 Facts About Domestic And Dating Violence

Understand Relationship Abuse

The Shadow Pandemic: Violence against women during COVID-19


What Young Black Voters Think About the 2020 Elections

LeBron James joins push to turn out ex-felon vote in Florida

Know your rights – Voting Rights

Locked Out 2020: Estimates of People Denied Voting Rights Due to a Felony Conviction

Californians Approve an Initiative to Expand Voting Rights


Voter Disenfranchisement

THE 70 million podcast Season 3, Episode 2, 9.21.20


A year ago, Illinois passed a law requiring all jails to ensure that pre-trial detainees have an opportunity to vote. Chicago’s Cook County Jail was turned into a polling place during the 2019 primaries. Sheriff Tom Dart is an enthusiastic supporter of the program. And advocates like Amani Sawari are working to ensure voters in custody are informed and prepared to vote in the upcoming election. Pamela Kirkland reports.

Domestic Violence

Therapy for Black Girls

The Therapy for Black Girls podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible version of ourselves.

10 Must-Hear Podcasts on Domestic Violence

SHATTERPROOF Thriving After Domestic Abuse

I’m Mickie Zada and I lived in abuse…for 34 years…from age 19 until I was 53. I believe we create our realities, and I chose to stay in a damaging relationship for so long because I thought it was my Calling. I was wrong. I changed me. I am now an enthusiastic participant in Life. “The words ‘I am’ are potent words; be careful what you hitch them to. The thing you’re claiming has a way of reaching back and claiming you.” A.L. Kitselman I am a strong woman, a fabulous woman, over 60 years old. I am a Change-agent. I am an encourager. I am uniquely qualified to speak to living in abuse, getting out and surviving to the fullest extent. I know what it takes. I know the fear. I am a survivor. I am a coach….