Child abuse survivor urges support for Wear Blue Day

April 18, 2018

April is Child Abuse Awareness Month and one young woman has made it her mission to shed light on the issue.

Brittney Blackerby is the founder of Break the Silence, a platform she created while competing in the Miss Arkansas program, that speaks out and brings awareness to child abuse, and is holding the fourth annual Wear Blue Day today.

Break the Silence

April 17, 2018

Wear BLUE on April 18th for BREAK THE SILENCE!!!!

Wear blue day for 'Break the Silence'

April 05, 2018

Brittney Blackerby the creator of Break the Silence: Preventing Child Abuse was on Good Afternoon Arkansas on Thursday talking about a special day to offer support for survivors.

Break the Silence Hopes to Prevent Child Abuse

April 10, 2017

April is Child Abuse Awareness Month and for some, this issue hits close to home.

Brittney Humphrey is a spokeswoman and founder of Break the Silence: Preventing Child Abuse. More specifically, they speak out against child sexual abuse.

“The goal of Break the Silence is to bring awareness to an issue that is not talked about often. I believe speaking up and speaking out is the first step to recovery so it is a goal to Break the Silence and prevent it from happening,” Humphrey said...

Girl Raped by Teacher to Face Parole Board Asking to Keep Him Behind Bars

September 11, 2015

A man convicted of raping one of his third grade students more than a decade ago is up for parole once again.{} The student's family has gone before the parole board multiple times begging for him to stay behind bars, but now the girl who was raped has taken it upon herself to plead her own case...

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