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12-3-12: A Voice for Victims of Domestic Violence
Yeardley Love grew up in Baltimore, attending St. Joseph’s Elementary School, and Notre Dame Preparatory School. She went on to the University of Virginia, where she was a member of the women’s lacrosse team, and majored in government. In 2010, when Yeardly was a senior, she was beaten to death by her former boyfriend, George Huguely. He was found guilty of second-degree murder, and sentenced to 23 years in prison.
In honor of Yeardley’s memory, her mother Sharon Love, has launched the One Love Foundation, an organization dedicated to educating young people about relationship violence. She’ll be speaking about it--and the app they've developed--at the University of Maryland School of Social Work on Wednesday, along with Leslie Morgan Steiner, author of Crazy Love, and Evan Stark, forensic social worker and author of the book Coercive Control: How Men Entrap Women in Personal Life. The coordinator for the symposium, Carole Alexander. For 26 years, she was the executive director of House of Ruth Maryland, and she’s now on the clinical faculty at the University of Maryland School of Social Work.
Sheilah talks with Sharon Love, Carole Alexander, and Evan Stark about their work to prevent domestic violence.
The symposium on Wednesday, December 5th, is on the Southern Management Corporation Campus Center, 621 West Lombard St., in Baltimore. Coffee begins at 8:30, program begins at 9, includes lunch at noon, and ends at 1:30. More details are available here.
The conversation with Sharon Love, along with the conversation with Carole Alexander and Evan Stark, went on much longer than we had time for on air. Below, you can listen to each of the conversations in full.