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Sex abuse victim gets law degree, helps others

Wynona Ward, a 48 year old lawyer and former abuse victim from rural vermont, founded an organization called Have Justice Will Travel that she operates out of her car to aid victims of domestic violence. The group provides free legal representation and support services to low income families who live in the back woods of Vermont. They would otherwise would have no way of getting help to end generational abuse.

From sex abuse victim to legal advocate on www.cnn.com.

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6 Comments on "Sex abuse victim gets law degree, helps others"

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  1. Truthspeak says:

    Donna, thank you for posting this empowering article! It’s a testament to the choices we’re given as we recover!!

    I’ve been inspired to “do something” for a long while. The further I move down my Healing Path, the stronger this desire becomes.

    Outstanding article!

    Brightest blessings

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  2. Ox Drover says:

    This iis a very inspiring story and we need more good and inspiring stories to lift us up I think! Too many times we dwell on the negative aspects, rather than the positive! This is a good example for us to follow! TOWANDA for her!

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  3. Babs says:

    Life is moving shit into manure, into fertilizer, then into a flower.

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  4. blossom4th says:

    Thank you for posting this beautifully inspiring story Donna!

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  5. strongawoman says:

    Wow, what a brave woman. She discovered a new life, a new way of being and helps women to get the justice they so richly deserve. Amen Wynona!!

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