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‘Know My Name’: Sexual assault survivor recounts her tale of the healing process

By France24
22 October 2021   |   3:53 pm
How do you define courage? Annette Young talks to Chanel Miller, whose sexual assault at Stanford University sparked public outrage after her assailant served just three months in jail. She bravely decided to go public with her identity and her book has just been published in French.

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