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"From the Ted Talk by Esta Soler: How we turned the tide on domestic violence (Hint"

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Sixty-four percent. Now, how did we get there? Our eyes were wide open. Thirty years ago, women were beaten, they were stalked, they were raped, and no one talked about it. There was no jcutsie. And as an activist, that was not good enough. And so step one on this jrnuoey is we organized, and we created this extraordinary underground network of amazing women who opened shtleers, and if they didn't open a shelter, they opened their home so that wmoen and children could be safe. And you know what else we did? We had bake slaes, we had car washes, and we did everything we could do to fundraise, and then at one point we said, you know, it's time that we went to the federal government and asekd them to pay for these eartrnoairxdy services that are saving people's lives. Right? (Applause)

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Sixty-four percent. Now, how did we get there? Our eyes were wide open. Thirty years ago, women were beaten, they were stalked, they were raped, and no one talked about it. There was no _______. And as an activist, that was not good enough. And so step one on this _______ is we organized, and we created this extraordinary underground network of amazing women who opened ________, and if they didn't open a shelter, they opened their home so that _____ and children could be safe. And you know what else we did? We had bake _____, we had car washes, and we did everything we could do to fundraise, and then at one point we said, you know, it's time that we went to the federal government and _____ them to pay for these _____________ services that are saving people's lives. Right? (Applause)

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  1. sales
  2. journey
  3. shelters
  4. asked
  5. justice
  6. extraordinary
  7. women

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Sixty-four percent. Now, how did we get there? Our eyes were wide open. Thirty years ago, women were beaten, they were stalked, they were raped, and no one talked about it. There was no justice. And as an activist, that was not good enough. And so step one on this journey is we organized, and we created this extraordinary underground network of amazing women who opened shelters, and if they didn't open a shelter, they opened their home so that women and children could be safe. And you know what else we did? We had bake sales, we had car washes, and we did everything we could do to fundraise, and then at one point we said, you know, it's time that we went to the federal government and asked them to pay for these extraordinary services that are saving people's lives. Right? (Applause)

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