SNAP founder Barbara Blaine, who advocated for survivors of clergy sex abuse, dies

SNAP founder Barbara Blaine, who advocated for survivors of clergy sex abuse, dies

ABC7Chicago, September 24, 2017

Blaine, 61, who resigned as SNAP president in February, was surrounded by family and friends when she died, the statement said.

Blaine stepped down after three decades of campaigning to force the Catholic Church to recognize the extent of the scandal and compensate thousands of people affected.

Blaine did not say why she resigned from SNAP.

She founded SNAP in 1988, years after she was abused as an 8th grader  . . . 

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