One of the things nurses are taught to be is an advocate for their patients. Sometimes, patients cannot speak or fight for themselves, so nurses have to do it for them as they are the front-line in patient care; nurses have to become their voice.
Grace Brown is not a nurse and, as far as I know, nor is she a nursing student. But, she is trying to help these people heal, trying to give them back something they lost through their own traumas. She is their advocate.
I am so anxious to share this video with you all. Many, many thanks to the incomparable Nino Gallego for producing, filming, and editing it, and many, many thanks to my dear friend Allie Moss for allowing us to use her song “Dig With Me” in it. You can buy it off iTunes here.
I am a nineteen year old college student with a dream of changing the world. I have so many things I want to do for this project: travel to different areas, hire a professional to answer advice, and overall expand it as far as I can. But I don’t have the money myself to do so, so I am turning to the general public for help. I have created a fundraiser on something called IndieGoGo so I can find a way to be able to help as many survivors of sexual abuse as possible.
If you can donate to it, I am forever grateful. If you cannot but are still willing to share this, I am also forever grateful. We have the ability to make a huge difference.