Part Two (with Alison Stickland, Rachel Louise Snyder)
Allen v. Farrow Podcast
Award-winning filmmakers Amy Ziering, Kirby Dick and Amy Herdy go deeper inside Part Two of the HBO Original Allen v. Farrow, and examine Mia Farrow as a mother and the controlling nature of Woody Allen’s relationship with her. In addition, they share never-before-heard audio clips from Tisa Farrow, Casey Pascal and Carly Simon that illuminate Mia's relationships to her family and to Woody Allen. In an exclusive first-time interview, Casey Pascal’s former babysitter Alison Stickland describes what she witnessed between Dylan and Woody on the day of the alleged attic incident. Later, author Rachel Louise Snyder examines the concept of coercive control relationships.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dean Spade, MUTUAL AID & Rachel Louise Snyder, NO VISIBLE BRUISES
Writer's Voice with Francesca Rheannon
We talk with Dean Spade about his book Mutual Aid: Building Solidarity During This Crisis (And The Next). Then, at a time when domestic violence is skyrocketing, we re-air our 2019 interview with Rachel Louise Snyder. Her book is No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us. Writer’s Voice — in depth conversation with writers of all genres, on the air since 2004. Rate us on iTunes or whatever podcast app you use! Like us on Facebook at Writers Voice with Francesca Rheannon, find us on Vurbl, or on Twitter @WritersVoice. Dean Spade When the Texas electrical grid went down and millions lost heat, water and, in some cases, food, mutual aid came to the rescue. From fellow residents to already established mutual aid organizations to a certain Congresswoman from New York, people rallied to help those in need. But Dean Spade says mutual aid is more than just springing into action during disasters. It is the radical act of caring for each other while working to change the world. His new book Mutual Aid is about why mutual aid is so important, what it looks like, and how to do it. Dean Spade is an activist in the queer and trans liberation space based in racial and economic justice. He is an Associate Professor at Seattle University School of Law. Read Excerpts From MUTUAL AID Rachel Louise Snyder In 2019, we interviewed Rachel Louise Snyder about her groundbreaking book, No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us. Domestic partner murder was on the rise then, after four decades of decline. Now, with the COVID pandemic, the problem has only gotten worse with domestic violence homicides increasingly alarmingly. So we decided to re-air our 2019 interview with Rachel Louise Snyder. The post Dean Spade, MUTUAL AID & Rachel Louise Snyder, NO VISIBLE BRUISES appeared first on Writer's Voice.
For Season 8 Episode 6 Ben and Sarah were able to sit down and have a conversation with Rachel Louise Snyder. They discuss with her what led her to writing and journalism, but more importantly her latest book No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us. Please Join us for this very important conversation about domestic violence and the act of writing about important issues. For more information about Rachel Louise Snyder Check out her website https://www.globalgrit.com/ or follow her on twitter @RLSWrites.
Domestic violence—especially domestic violence homicide—is not an easy topic. In this week’s episode of Woman Worriers, host Elizabeth Cush interviews Rachel Louise Snyder, award-winning journalist and author of No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us. Quotes: “ A billion people around the world are victims of domestic violence.” — Rachel Louise Snyder “We misunderstand the nature of domestic violence…everything from the origins of violence to the outcomes of violence.’” — Rachel Louise Snyder on victims of domestic violence homicide “Leaving gets them killed.’” — Rachel Louise Snyder on victims of domestic violence homicide “Leaving is a process. It’s not an event.’” — Rachel Louise Snyder “She did not recant because she lied. She recanted to stay alive. She recanted to keep her children alive.” — Rachel Louise Snyder, No Visible Bruises “Something like 80%–85% of men in prison today have domestic violence, either as witnesses or victims, in their childhood (or sexual assault).” — Rachel Louise Snyder “Victims never recognize themselves; no one ever thinks they’re a typical victim.” — Rachel Louise Snyder Show Notes: Domestic violence isn’t a private matter. It affects families, communities—all of us. And it can be deadly. It’s not an easy topic to talk about, but it needs to come out of the darkness. In this episode of the Woman Worriers podcast, host Elizabeth Cush, LCPC, of Progression Counseling in Annapolis, Md., talks with journalist and author Rachel Louise Snyder about her new book, an in-depth exploration of the complex and challenging issues surrounding domestic violence and intimate partner homicide. Their enlightening and thought-provoking conversation looks at the risk of being killed by an intimate partner, signs of escalating violence, how communities can help prevent domestic violence and resources for those who are in a violent relationship themselves or know someone who might be. The truth around the notion that women continue to be victims of domestic violence because they don’t leave When women in violent relationships are at greatest risk Why the danger is greater because we don’t talk about domestic violence How domestic violence has a ripple effect that extends beyond the couple The most obvious indicator of potential lethality—and why it’s often overlooked Why an abuser’s suicide threat might be a sign of danger Why it’s not enough just to get the victims out Why we need to get past stereotypical views of “typical” victims and perpetrators Various strategies that communities are using to reduce domestic violence and keep victims safer Why it’s critically important to have open conversations about domestic violence When it’s appropriate to start talking to your kids about what an abusive relationship looks like Where to find online tools to assess risk, safely call emergency services and more How to approach a friend or family member who might be a victim of domestic abuse Learn More > Rachel Louise Snyder’s official website > No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence by Rachel Louise Snyder > Follow Rachel Louise Snyder on Facebook > Follow Rachel Louise Snyder on Twitter @RLSWrites > Danger Assessment website > Danger Assessment tools and resources > Lethality Assessment Program > National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 > National Domestic Violence Hotline website and chat > Progression Counseling
94: Rachel Louise Snyder, author of No Visible Bruises
Feminist Book Club: The Podcast
"Domestic violence is the entrée into the world in which men’s violence controls women’s movement and bodies and lives." - Rachel Louise Snyder Rachel Louise Snyder is an American journalist, writer, and professor. She is a 2020 Guggenheim Fellow and regular contributor to The New Yorker covering domestic violence, and her work has appeared in The Washington Post, The New York Times Magazine, New Republic, and elsewhere. In addition to No Visible Bruises, she is the author of a novel What We've Lost is Nothing. Both books are now out in paperback. Connect with Rachel on her website or Twitter. Rachel's book recommendations: Notes on a Silencing by Lacy Crawford The Overstory by Richard Powers Shop all our authors' books and book recommendations on our Bookshop.org page! -- This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Reina Rebelde. Get 25% off your order with code FEMINIST at www.reinarebelde.com. We donate 5% of all our sales to a different feminist organization each month. Our August charity is The Loveland Foundation. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST at feministbookclub.com/shop. Our September book of the month is HURRICANE SEASON by Fernanda Melchor. -- Website: http://www.feministbookclub.com Instagram: @feministbookclubbox Twitter: @fmnstbookclub Facebook: /feministbookclubbox Pinterest: feministbookclub Goodreads: Renee // Feminist Book Club Box and Podcast Email newsletter: http://bit.ly/FBCemailupdates Bookshop.org shop: Feminist Book Club Bookshop -- This podcast is produced on the native land of the Dakota and Ojibwe peoples. Logo and web design by Shatterboxx Editing support from Phalin Oliver Original music by @iam.onyxrose
WMC Live #322: Rachel Louise Snyder. (Original Airdate 6/21/2020)
Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan
Robin on Facebook, Falwell, teenage girl activists, “the first woman to . . .,” an anti-racism booklist, and the heart of whiteness. Guest: Rachel Louise Snyder on her prize-winning book exposing real domestic violence, No Visible Bruises.
In the season finale of our COVID19 season, we welcome special guest RACHEL LOUISE SNYDER. From Syder’s inclusion of the perpetrator’s perspective, to the question of accountability, to her unflinching view of our current administration’s influence on the domestic violence world, Snyder’s groundbreaking work tackles domestic violence as the multifaceted issue it is. Her delivery is matter of fact. Accessible. And Empathetic. She joins us today for a special discussion. No Visible Bruises was awarded the 2018 Lukas Work-in-Progress Award and was a 2019 finalist for the Kirkus Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the LA Times Book Award, and the New York Public Library's Bernstein Award for Excellence in Journalism. If you want to join the Discussion please write in. Email us at email@example.com or connect on Facebook, Instagram , Twitter, and Tik Tok @theDVDiscussion. We all have our stories. And they deserve to be heard.
Rachel Louise Snyder: ...that domestic violence begets other types of violence
Nobody Told Me!
It’s estimated that 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men in the United States have been victims of severe physical violence by an intimate partner. Joining us on to talk about this massive problem and possible solutions is investigative journalist Rachel Louise Snyder whose latest book is called, No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
No Visible Bruises: Why What we don't know about domestic violence can kill, with Rachel Louise Snyder
In this week's episode award-winning journalist Rachel Louise Snyder speaks to Helen Lewis about some common misconceptions about domestic violence: that it happens to an unlucky few; that it's a matter of poor choices; that if things are dire enough, victims will leave. Her perception changed when she began talking to the victims and perpetrators whose stories she tells in this episode and her book 'No Visible Bruises: what we don't know about domestic violence can kill us.' To find out more about the book clickhere: https://bit.ly/36bQH7Z.---------------------------------------------Intelligence Squared+. The world's best speakers. Your questions. £4.99 per month.Intelligence Squared+ will bring you live, interactive events every week on our new online platform. Just like at our real-life events, you’ll be able to put your questions to our speakers, vote in live polls and interact with other members of the audience. Your subscription will give you access to multiple events featuring the world’s top thinkers and opinion formers, including Thomas Piketty, Margaret Atwood, Clive Woodward, Thomas Friedman, Meera Syal and Paloma Faith.For a full list of Intelligence Squared+ events and to subscribe, click here: https://bit.ly/2yfYIfm Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/intelligencesquared.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.