On this episode of en(gender)ed, our guest is Rachel Louise Snyder, an Associate Professor of Literature at American University and the author of Fugitive Denim, What We’ve Lost is Nothing and the recently released, No Visible Bruises.
We speak with Rachel today about her book and experience as a journalist and her coverage of the people, practices, and policies that are deftly portrayed in No Visible Bruises, shining a light on the epidemic of domestic violence and the ways in which our systems have failed to protect victims and survivors. Through her stories of victims, perpetrators, law enforcement, advocates, Rachel’s book debunks the myths that surround domestic violence and conveys an urgency for us as individuals and as a society to reframe how we view and respond to these acts of personal terrorism.
During our conversation, Rachel and I reference the following resources:
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