Women Unsilenced Book Launch

Women Unsilenced Book Launch

Join The Women’s Library and Feminist Legal Clinic for the Australian launch of Women Unsilenced, hosted by Anna Kerr, Principal Solicitor at Feminist Legal Clinic and Dr Helen Pringle, Senior Lecturer at UNSW. Written by Canadian public health nurses, Jeanne Sarson and Linda MacDonald, Women Unsilenced explores the impact of unthinkable violence committed against women and girls through multiple perspectives.

Register at Humanitix so that we can send you details about how to join the Zoom session at 11:00am on 23 October 2021.


Women Unsilenced book cover

Jeanne Sarson and Linda MacDonald spent twenty-eight years developing ways of offering care and healing to women who, as children and or as adults, survived being tortured, trafficked, and who suffered other forms of sexualized exploitation inflicted by their parent(s), a guardian, or a spouse. When asked how two women — two nurses — who live in a little Canadian Nova Scotia town managed to achieve what they have. Their answer is simple: “We cared!”

The book can be purchased from Friesen Press and see the website for reviews and more information.

Images courtesy of the authors.