This viewing guide and workbook goes along with the documentary Searching for Angela Shelton to help expand the conversations the movie begins about violence, abuse and trauma.
By engaging others in a dialog about how we can all work towards breaking the silence and cycle of violence and abuse.
This workbook is perfect for a classroom setting.
Compare your answers with the contributors and discuss the differences or similarities between your answers and theirs with your group or class. Contributors are: Anne Lee, CEO & President, Darkness to Light (D2L – darknesstolight.org) Delilah Rumburg, Executive Director, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape (PCAR – pcar.org) Scott Berkowitz, President & Founder, Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN – rainn.org) Rita Smith from the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV – ncadv.org) and Pat McGann, Communications Director from Men Can Stop Rape (MCSR – mencanstoprape.org)
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Searching for Angela Shelton Viewer’s Guide and Workbook