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An unveiling of an issue that is always covered.
Chris Lymbertos, Director at generationFIVE
Highly recommended for high school, university, and public library collections.
Carolyn Walden, Educational Media Reviews Online
A powerful documentary that captures both the deep pain of sexual assault and the healing power of community. At its heart, TRUST is about how we transform ourselves through participation in the arts. For sexual assault survivors to find their voice is a key step in the healing process. TRUST is a story of giving voice to pain to be free from it.
Teresa Huizar, Executive Director National Children’s Alliance
“Every year our child advocacy center hosts a group for adolescents to tell their stories in a safe place. We are excited to incorporate the guide teachings into this year’s format.”
Karrie Damm, Executive Director, Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County
“I knew that a teaching guide would be coming out, I am glad that it is here. I am working with a youth group and this will be ideal.”
Karen Arias, Outreach Coordinator & Latina Victim Advocate, 30th Judicial District Domestic Violence-Sexual Assault Alliance
“Demonstrates art’s power to illuminate, engage, cultivate empathy and understanding, and most important, to heal life’s wounds, transforming injury into beauty and strength. I recommend it to educators, helping professionals, arts advocates, students, and everyone ready to learn a powerful lesson with vast, creative implications.”
Arlene Goldbard, author, New Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development
“I play Carlos, Neli’s older brother. He tries to help her like crossing he border. And then I don’t know, he just does horrible things to her. And I don’t know how to explain that because I haven’t done it. And that’s going to be hard to do.”
José, age 14