I didn't want to be a statistic

Audio , Gender-based violence , Abuse , Family

"I've got to make the decision, do I want to be a statistic, or do I want to be there for my girls?"

Tracy and her daughters share their courageous story of leaving a home filled with abuse and violence.

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