Chanel Miller opens up about why she felt compelled to write her book “Know My Name” and how she hopes to aid other survivors of sexual assault with her words.
In “Know My Name,” Chanel Miller observes her own ordeal by adopting the stance of a reporter, a media critic, and an activism-minded theorist.
Chanel Miller recalls hearing Brock Turner's guilty verdict in court. She says she was filled with validation, but also "immense sadness" because, though she always knew he was guilty, "I had forgotten what I was worth, that I deserved to be treated better."
Chanel Miller was known as Emily Doe - survivor of a sexual assault on a US university campus by Brock Turner. Her Victim Impact Statement went viral and changed the law. She talks about surviving sexual assault, the court case, and reclaiming her identity
Chanel Miller is heartbreakingly resourceful in her new memoir, marshalling her subjectivity as evidence of a system set up to protect the potential of someone like Brock Turner. Prosecutors would do well to read Miller’s discernments.
Four years ago her powerful victim impact statement dubbed her Emily Doe. Now Chanel Miller has reclaimed her story and written a book. “I’m going to get back to my life, and I want to help restore victims back to their own lives," she says.
She has been known to the world as “Emily Doe,” the sexual assault victim of Stanford swimmer Brock Turner. Now she’s revealing her name and face. Chanel Miller, here reading her victim impact statement, gives her first interview to "60 Minutes"
‘Nobody wants to be defined by the worst thing that’s happened to them.’ — Chanel Miller opens up about her short film ‘I Am With You’ and how art helped her heal
Chanel Miller’s response to online critics who said she was partly to blame for the assault because she had too much to drink.
This was right after my insightful interview with Chanel Miller. The world knew her as Emily Doe who was sexually assaulted on the Stanford University campus. In her memoir, “Know My Name,” she shares the aftermath of the assault and trial that followed.
Chanel Miller's victim impact statement made headlines after she read it during Brock Turner's sentencing hearing. Over 7,000 words long, it detailed the shock of finding out what happened to her after the attack and the wrenching aftermath. Read it here: