Content: The impact of domestic violence regarding age, long-term, relationships – mother, father, siblings, future intimate partner, etc.
Facilitator: Sherry Peters
Guests: William Kellibrew IV
William Kellibrew IV is a global advocate for civil, human, women, children, and victims’ rights. He is a sought-after speaker on trauma-informed care, violence prevention, and strategic planning. At age 10, William witnessed the murders of his mother, Jacqueline and 12-year-old brother, Tony, in their family living room in 1984, by his mom’s ex-boyfriend. The killer took his own life that day, but not before making William beg for his life at gunpoint. In this podcast, William shares his personal and professional journey of healing and resiliency. From experiencing multiple childhood traumas including domestic violence and childhood trauma, William has emerged as a global advocate and authority on addressing violence and trauma throughout multiple systems and settings.
Information about Mr. Kellibrew: https://www.childresource.org/william-kellibrew-iv
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