Los Angeles, CA, USA – September 22, 2021 – In recent months, international philanthropist, speaker, and author Michelle Jewsbury has been on a crusade sharing her message against domestic violence at conferences across the country, and she is capping off her year with an invitation to speak in the U.S. Capitol for the 3rd Annual Domestic Violence Rally on October 1st. The 3rd Annual Domestic Violence Rally will again be held in Washington D.C. Attendees and speakers will gather together once again for survivors since social mandates have been lifted. This speaking event is part of the Unsilenced Voices National Domestic Violence Awareness Tour.
Attendees of the Domestic Violence Rally are encouraged to wear their best purple outfits, bring purple pom-poms, butterflies, and signs to help speak up for each survivor who has dealt with the trauma of child abuse, sexual assault, IPV, military abuse, and sexual assault, mental abuse, and human and sex trafficking. “Let’s stand for the forgotten, the abused, and let’s not be silenced anymore. As we stand together, let stand for hope and stand for change,” said an event organizer. The Domestic Violence Rally is hosting an evening fundraiser filled with stories from survivors.
Details can be found at https://bit.ly/3CcSZm9.
The Domestic Violence Rally is one of many events Jewsbury, the founder of Unsilenced Voices, has been invited to speak. Jewsbury is on a national speaker tour, speaking out about the perils of domestic violence. Over 20,000 women have been murdered due to domestic violence since 2003. Jewsbury, nearly became one of those women. In December of 2015, she summoned the strength to break that cycle, leave her abuser, and is now sharing her story. Unsilenced Voices exists to break the silence and end the cycle of domestic and gender-based violence worldwide.
A Sample of Jewsbury’s Upcoming Speaking Events:
This week, Jewsbury is speaking to entrepreneurs and business owners at the Secret Knock™ Elevate Mastermind in California. Secret Knock™ brings together the best and brightest minds in the world to create the #1 most valuable business networking event ever created. Not only is it valuable, but very exclusive. This is the place you will meet anyone from billion-dollar company founders to Grammy winners. Attendees comprise some of the most influential minds in this world, from the former President of Mexico to the inventor of the credit card.
Jewsbury is speaking out as a survivor and founder of Unsilenced Voices at the National Domestic Violence Rally “Purple, Pearls & Diamonds Masquerade Gala”. The event is raising money and awareness for helping families, guiding survivors and helping those in need.
Jewsbury has been chosen as the keynote speaker for the Domestic Violence Summit at the Crossroads Pavilion Event Center in Sheldon, IA. There are two opportunities to participate.
Jewsbury has also been invited to speak at the Craig Shaw Legacy Builders Event later this year, leading up to the Unsilenced Voices Gala on December 8, 2021, called “A Night To Remember”. The event will feature a meet and greet with NFL players, alumni, and celebrities, a keynote speech from Sean Callagy, live entertainment, cash bar, sit down dinner, updates from the Child Liberation Foundation, and an amazing opportunity to make a difference in hundreds of lives.
Tickets are available at https://bit.ly/3k8wubu.
About Michelle Jewsbury
Michelle Jewsbury is an international philanthropic speaker and author who travels the world as an advocate for the less fortunate. She is known for her acclaimed one-person show “But I Love Him,” which has been turned into a memoir about her personal experience in an abusive relationship. Michelle Jewsbury also formed Unsilenced Voices to open up the conversation about domestic violence specifically. Unsilenced Voices educates the public about abuse laws while working to shift the cultural mentality to keep silent.
To learn more about Unsilenced Voices, visit their website at www.unsilencedvoices.org.
Jewsbury offers personal breakthrough coaching programs, consultations, and speaking presentations about overcoming obstacles and trauma. Visit www.unsilencemyvoice.com.