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Rosanna Herrera-Brown is Program Director of Crisis and Prevention at the Support, Advocacy, Resource Center (SARC) in Kennewick Washington.  Herrera has been working with SARC since 2008 after obtaining her Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice from Heritage University.  Herrera believes her involvement with SARC has been an opportunity for her to live out her life’s purpose. She is absolutely driven by an inner passion and purpose to advocate for those who face social injustices, promote social change & eliminate sexual violence.  She loves that every day she is part of the solution for positive change. In this episode, Herrera-Brown shares how the power of information can prevent violence, bullying, and harassment. Later, Makenzie joins Taya and Elli to discuss the need for societal change.


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RAINN: 1-800-656-HOPE

National Organization for Victim Assistance: 1-800-TRY-NOVA

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