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NCWCC End Self Genocide Guest Magdalene House/Peace Maker

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Today guest are Regina Mullins Resident Director of Magdalene  House in Nashville TN and  Clemmie Greenlee Peace Makers of Nashville. The Magdalene House saved Ms Greenlee life through transforming her life as a gang leader, drug user and prostitution.

   She founded Peace Makers  and a program Mothers of Murdered children has wooven a network of women across America even Trevon Martin mother. The Magdalene House is a means to walk the path of healing with a group of unlikely women as guide.

Clemmie's story was featured in USA TODAY  national a newspaper entitled "From the Streets Rises an Angel."

Founded in 1997 by Becca Stevens, an Episcopal priest on Vanderbilt's campus, Magdalene is a residential program for women who have survived lives of prostitution, trafficking, addiction and life on the streets. Thistle Farms is our social enterprise.

“Sometimes these women hear voices in their heads about their past lives and self-worth that simply seem like too much to bear,” says Becca.