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“I was just this little girl that was trapped. I was trapped in this world and no one heard my voice. No one saw me. I was invisible.”- April Bentley.
Join Beverley Taylor “Tuesday night at 8pm” as she talks to April Bentley who is an Artist, Author & Founder of Rubies. She intimately shares how she overcame her childhood trauma of being raped and trafficked in this powerful episode of The 411 Live. She also talks about her new song and her organization, Rubies. Please help April’s Testimony reach more people by sharing this episode as well as her original song “I’m Free”…
April Bentley – Founder of Rubies | Author & Artist
Website: experiencetheministryofaprilbentley.com rubiesmke.org
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