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‘Why We Stay’

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Francesca Fernandez, a survivor of domestic violence and instructor on the topic for several state law enforcement academies, speaks Monday at the Public Safety Complex. Grace Miller - Daily Press
Francesca Fernandez, a survivor of domestic violence and instructor on the topic for several state law enforcement academies, speaks Monday at the Public Safety Complex.
Grace Miller – Daily Press

By GRACE MILLER
Daily Press Staff Writer
Francesca Fernandez is a survivor of severe emotional, sexual, verbal and physical abuse. As a speaker on the topic of domestic violence, she has put a face on the issue from an insider’s perspective.
Fernandez delivered a compelling story Monday at the Public Safety Complex in an event titled “Why We Stay” designed to provide law enforcement, first responders, public service workers, and loved ones of victims with insight into why victims of domestic abuse stay in their situations. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.

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