Previously interned and reported for, The Asbury Park Press, The Boston Globe

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Domestic violence doesn’t discriminate. It happens to women and men, families and friends. It touches people of every race, religion, socioeconomic status, education level and background.

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The Press of Atlantic City invites survivors, family members, advocates, response volunteers, professionals and others to participate in a video project at the paper’s Pleasantville location about how domestic violence has impacted their lives and how they hope to change the conversation.

Please contact reporter Nicole Leonard at 609-272-7022 or email for more information on participating during or around the week of Nov. 27.

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