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Ending Child Abuse & Neglect in DC

Safe Shores was created by the D.C. government to help children after they suffer the trauma of abuse. But Executive Director Michele Booth Cole wants parents and community members to know they can help prevent abuse and neglect from occurring in the first place. She joins Kojo to discuss the Safe Shores model and the challenge of talking with kids and adults about abuse.

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