Welcome to the StoryTelling & Organizing Project

Here you will find audio clips and transcripts from some of STOP's stories. You will also find information about our project partners, discussion questions and resources for using STOP stories in your own work to intervene in interpersonal violence, as well as information on how to get involved in the project.

Organizing in Radical Queer Communities (Rachael)

Maria tells her story of attempting to hold accountable her ex-husband and brother—both of whom had sexually abused her daughter. She talks about the rebuilding of trust between her and her daughter and the impact and importance of storytelling and collecting.

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Maria tells her story of attempting to hold accountable her ex-husband and brother—both of whom had sexually abused her daughter. She talks about the rebuilding of trust between her and her daughter and the impact and importance of storytelling and collecting.

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Shaming

Maria tells her story of attempting to hold accountable her ex-husband and brother—both of whom had sexually abused her daughter. She talks about the rebuilding of trust between her and her daughter and the impact and importance of storytelling and collecting.

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Children & Youth, Sexual Assault, Shaming

Maria tells her story of attempting to hold accountable her ex-husband and brother—both of whom had sexually abused her daughter. She talks about the rebuilding of trust between her and her daughter and the impact and importance of storytelling and collecting.

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Children & Youth, Sexual Assault, Shaming

Rachael, a member of a radical queer community in Australia, shares how personal experiences of sexual violence and political commitments inform her work to create collective ways to confront violence without using the police.

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Organizing in Radical Queer Communities Transcript