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In this episode of The 411 Live, we are joined by Elizabeth Brown and her daughter Amazshea Lee, co-authors, who are here to talk about their experience with generational molestation.
Five generations of sexual assault is something most families would try to hide and forget about. Elizabeth Brown says, “The silence is the sickness of child molestation and also any trauma.” As a survivor of molestation, you have to understand that if you’re not stating it’s wrong, then why would somebody stop? In your silence, predators prey. So by owning you were violated, you can call out your violator and let go of the chains of shame. So break those chains and step into your light. In this episode of The 411 Live, we are joined by Elizabeth Brown and her daughter Amazshea Lee, co-authors, who will talk about their experience with generational molestation.
Listen along as they tell their incredible story as they guide us through their journey to recovery. This is The 411 Live. Real People. Real Talk.
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