Stop child sexual abuse through global education

Oct 21, 2010

Stop the Silence

Stop the Silence has expanded its programming and is doing so much to help expose and stop CSA and help survivors heal worldwide.  Just this past month alone, we have accomplished the following and more:

  • Finalized plans for the teen boys' program and brought on consultants to work on it;
  • Moved forward with plans for the SEVENTH Annual Race to Stop the Silence (I can hardly believe it's been that long!) on April 23, 2011
  • Idenfied the venue for the next Queendom TEA Mother (Female Guardian)-Daughter Tea (on the Spirit of Baltimore Boar in the Baltimore Harbor!),
  • Identified possible venues for To Kill a Kelpie (the Scottish play inspired by the Stop the Silence campaign) to the CA, IL, and DC. (See the attached DRAFT flyer)

We have done all this with your and others' support!  We so appreciate what you've done for the program and its recipients thus far. 

Thank you for your on-going support!

Pamela Pine, PhD, MPH, Founder and CEO, Stop the Silence


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Pamela Pine

Glenn Dale, MD United States

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