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Coleman's mother, Melinda Coleman, revealed her daughter's death on Facebook, writing "I wish I could have taken the pain from her. Coleman's death underscores how sexual assault is not a one-time event, but a trauma that ripples, sometimes with impacts that last a lifetime. For women, the odds of attempting suicide is 3 to 4 times greater when the first reported sexual assault occurs prior to age Suicide prevention: Self-care tips, true stories on how survivors cope. Coleman said after raping her, he left her on her porch in a T-shirt and sweats in freezing temperatures.
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With each episode just 15 minutes long, they offer a bite-sized take on issues such as racial profiling, colourism and unconscious bias. Each film is character-led — partially owing to filming restrictions brought about by Covid Against the backdrop of the pandemic, the pair play a father and daughter with opposing views of the Black Lives Matter protests. Offering only a surface level exploration, in an often soapy style, it would arguably only truly strike a chord among those for whom conversations around racial politics are something of a novelty. Besides, perhaps it would have been more impactful for writers to be allowed to branch out of the realm of the Black Lives Matter movement, to focus on the power of community and creativity, for example.
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