Tonight's special guest is Beth Donahue from Port Richey, Florida, a returning NAASCA family member who has not been with us since 2013. Beth is a survivor who was sexually abused by 3 men as a child, but she's been an advocate for children most of her adult life. "I was involved with helping start the organization The Innocence Revolution," Beth reminds us. "I have been to the Massachusetts State house to testify in changing the laws to abolish the statute of limitations for childhood sexual abuse," she says, "and also have been to Washington DC to advocate for children by speaking with Representatives and Senators on why it is so important to pass the laws to keep children safe." But Beth's paid a price because of her advocacy, too. "I have been targeted by my family and have lost friends and people I love," she explains, "mainly because I wouldn't waiver on my beliefs that children should be put first and no one has the right to ever abuse them in any way, shape or form." I will be starting The Innocence Revolution up again this year as I feel it was very successful and should not be ignored any longer. We did some great work and need to continue." Beth tells me that she has a lot of information to offer about the targeting that goes on as a victim / survivor / activist in adulthood, and how to expose it. We're delighted to have her back on the show!!
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