WOMEN WE BURIED, WOMEN WE BURNED
Coming May 23, 2023
Acclaimed author of No Visible Bruises, Rachel Louise Snyder's piercing account of her journey from teenage runaway to reporter on the global epidemic of violence against women.
Award-winning journalist Rachel Louise Snyder has spent her career reporting on abuse and violence around the globe. For decades, she has focused on others’ stories over her own. Now, in Women We Buried, Women We Burned, Snyder offers her own origin story of loss and survival after her mother’s early death and the drastic changes that followed alter the course of her life forever. With honesty and lyricism, this astonishing new memoir illuminates the collective nature of grief, faith and love, with Snyder offering an eternal nod to the social issues that have become her life’s work.
NO VISIBLE BRUISES - What We Don't Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us
We call it domestic violence. We call it private violence. Sometimes we call it intimate terrorism. But whatever we call it, we generally do not believe it has anything to do with us. In America, domestic violence accounts for 15% of all violent crime… we have not taken the true measure of this problem. In No Visible Bruises, Rachel Louise Snyder gives context for what we don’t know we’re seeing. She frames this urgent and immersive account of the scale of domestic violence around key stories that exploded the common myths — that if things were bad enough victims would just leave; that a violent person cannot become nonviolent; that shelter is an adequate response; and more insidiously, that violence inside the home is disconnected from other forms of violence. Through the stories of victims, perpetrators, law enforcement, and reform movements, Snyder explores the real roots of private violence, its far-reaching consequences for society, and what it will take to truly address it.
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