September 22, 2021 – Going through the experience of domestic violence during COVID-19, Jamie R. Wright, with bravery and resilience, has taken charge of her life and is helping many others as well; helping to restore hope and happiness to many who thought it impossible.
Domestic violence is a terrible reality many people have to face rather pitifully from intimate partners and family members. Covid-19 with its restrictions had several victims locked up with their abusers with no way of escape, unfortunately. Jamie R. Wright, a survivor of domestic violence, fought her way through homelessness during the thick of the Covid pandemic showing bravery and resilience. Pledging through selflessness and disregard for her personal safety, Jamie R. Wright commits to bringing education, empowerment and encouragement to individuals and groups who are experiencing domestic violence, to help them navigate themselves out of it.
As a survivor of domestic violence, she is a source of inspiration, lending a hand to support others, a brave feat embarked on. She is on the move to eradicate domestic and intimate partner violence in communities of color. This will be accomplished by providing a survivor-led awareness campaign, education and empowerment in these communities, which would lead to self-love, hope and happiness.
This campaign led by Jamie R. Wright is a service packaged to empower and educate. It also provides group coaching, community outreach, and evaluating the effectiveness of domestic and intimate partner services aimed to help survivors get a chance at a better life. A life free from violence, one which they don’t need to live in fear for their life or well-being.
In line with Domestic Awareness month in October, Jamie R. Wright would be on the Amber Neal Show with Ms Amber Neal and DJ Houston, 3 pm CST/4 pm EST/1 pm PST. The weekly show airs online at the BossUp Houston Network. Jamie R. Wright would also be participating in “Light the Night Purple” event hosted by Gustavia Pearls Women’s Outreach to raise domestic violence awareness.
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