Alice Miller, psychologist/writer (The Drama of the Gifted Child, Breaking Down the Wall of Silence, The Body Never Lies, The Truth Will Set You Free, etc.): child abuse
Eve Ensler, activist, writer ((The Vagina Monologues, Necessary Targets, The Good Body, Insecure at Last, I Am an Emotional Creature) and activist (V-Day): child abuse and incest
- Eve Ensler: Until the Violence Stops
- Eve Ensler’s New Play: O.P.C. [Obsessive Political Correctness]
- Happy Birthday, Eve Ensler!
- V-Girls: I AM AN EMOTIONAL CREATURE by Eve Ensler
Tyler Perry, comedy/writer (Don’t Make a Black Woman Take Off Her Earrings), producer (Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Precious/PUSH, Madea’s Family Reunion, I Can Do Bad All By Myself): child abuse
- Sense of Humor: Get Yourself Some Madea Going On!
- PUSH/Precious: Nominated for Six Oscars!
- Review: Tyler Perry’s MADEA’S BIG HAPPY FAMILY in Seattle
- Happy 40th Birthday, Tyler Perry: I Can Do Bad All by Myself
Gloria Steinem, feminist/writer/Ms. Magazine (Revolution from Within: A Book of Self-Esteem, Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions): child abuse
Tina Turner, singer/actress (I, Tina): child abuse and neglect; domestic violence (Ike Turner)
Jenny Sullivan Sanford, former First Lady of South Carolina/heiress/investment banker/author of Staying True: emotional abuse
Joe Torre, major league baseball player and coach (Chasing the Dream, Joe Torre’s Ground Rules for Winners): Safe at Home Foundation, Coach Boys into Men campaign, Founding Fathers: child abuse (his father was a NYC police officer)
Elizabeth Cady Stanton was passionate about equality. She refused to utter the word “obey” in her marriage vows. She edited the Declaration of Independence to read: “All men and women are created equal. . .” Her first sentiment addressed domestic violence.