LYVBH Debuts Documentary, Teal Voices
Kenni York and The Let Your Voice Be Heard Foundation, Incorporated is proudly debuts the highly anticipated, educational, and moving documentary, Teal Voices, which chronicles the effects of sexual abuse and the different types of sexual abuse. The premiere takes place at the Clayton County Library Headquarters and is a free event open to the public, especially those who are survivors and/or work with survivors.
Teal Voices was filmed and directed by Chad Archey of StreamATL (www.streamatl.net) with Kenni York as the creator and executive producer. Special thanks goes out to the 2017 LYVBH Gala Honorees who contributed their time and testimonies to the documentary. We are also appreciative of the professionals who provided their expertise and knowledge as well.
Nearly every two minutes in America someone is sexually assaulted. More often than not, these victims are children. However, no matter your age, gender, upbringing, race, or belief, anyone is susceptible to being abused. Teal Voices explores the various myths behind sexual abuse, how society perceives the epidemic and responds to it, how it affects victims, and how we can better support the survivors in our lives. Watch as survivors share their hard-hitting testimonies and professionals explain the various elements of sexual abuse and coping. No one deserves to be abused. Teal Voices affords viewers an eye-opening, educational experience that will hopefully change society's views on sexual abuse and spark growth in advocating to end sexual violence.
To view Teal Voices or to schedule a presentation for your organization/business please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.