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  1. James
    James May 11, 2019 at 12:34 pm | | Reply

    Once again, Erica Heilman has brought to our attention something that most of us have never thought about or even knew existed. And once again she has introduced us to some very admirable people doing important work without fanfare or even knowledge that they or their mission was in place. We should all be grateful to them and to Erica for telling their story so well.
    EAH

  2. Sam Schindler
    Sam Schindler February 25, 2020 at 5:12 pm | | Reply

    I notice that all interviewees are women. I’m sure there are men who act as victim advocates, but frankly, it isn’t surprising to me that all the people you spoke to in this episode are women. (Another on the very long list of reasons why we need a woman to be our president, but that’s another argument for a different podcast comment section. : )

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