STORY OF THE DAY
 

'Pack of hyenas': how Harvey Weinstein's power fuelled a culture of enablers

By Rory Carroll in Los Angeles and Sam Levin in San Francisco, October 13, 2017, The Guardian

It was Harvey Weinstein’s most ambitious production. A storyline stretching over 20 years with a rotating cast of actors, multiple locations across the US and Europe, a disciplined crew of assistants, producers and fixers, savvy dealmaking, and a publicity machine like no other.

But this was not The English Patient, Pulp Fiction, Shakespeare in Love, The King’s Speech or any other of his films that earned more than 300 Oscar nominations.

 
 

Barbara Blaine, founder of SNAP, passed away on Sunday, September 24th, 2017. Her dying was sudden and completely unexpected. Words cannot express our sorrow nor are there words to express our gratitude for her relentless advocacy. She truly was a hero. There is an old saying, “well behaved women seldom make history”. Barbara made history and the world is a better place. 

We have put together a tribute for Barbara Blaine to honor her memory. If you would like to contribute a memory, please send your favorite memory of Barbara to admin@snapnetwork.org

The family of Barbara Blaine has requested that donations in her honor and memory be made to Bishop-Accountability.org.

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Who is SNAP?

SNAP is 99.9% comprised of volunteers – survivors and supporters – who run and attend support group meetings, answer the Helpline, meet one on one with survivors, pick up phone calls in the middle of the night, and answer dozens of emails a week from victims who need help.

These are volunteers. They pay their own expenses. They do what they do to help survivors and expose abusers. They want to end the cycle of abuse.

The volunteers at SNAP are the heart and soul of the organization.

We are not therapists. We are peers. We help victims find good reputable therapists. We encourage all crime victims to report to law enforcement, including civil attorneys who are qualified to advise them of their legal rights.

We do this because of our passion for justice and child safety. And our thousands of volunteers donate their time, talent and resources to SNAP.

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If you see child sexual abuse or your child has been sexually abused, call 911 or your local police immediately. 

If you suspect abuse, call the National Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-4-A-Child or visit the Child Help Hotline. Trained crisis operators staff the lines 24/7 to answer your questions. If necessary, they will show you how to report in your local area.

Child pornography is a federal crime. If you see or suspect images that may be child pornography, report to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children CyberTip Line

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