On the cover of this week’s issue of the Book Review is Chanel Miller’s review of “Between Two Kingdoms,” by Suleika Jaouad. Read the full review here:
February is #LibraryLoversMonth . Amplify the voices of survivors of abuse by adding their books to your personal library, or donate them to your local public library! Need ideas? Check out "Know My Name" by Chanel Miller and "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" by Maya Angelou.
For four years, Chanel Miller was 'Emily Doe', the faceless victim of Brock Turner, who sexually abused her and then discarded her behind a dumpster. Now, she wants you to know her name. Look back on Chanel’s incredible story of survival: #60Mins
"I thought anonymity was a shield after my sexual assault. But coming forward brought me back to myself," writes Chanel Miller
‘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
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"
Chanel Miller’s response to online critics who said she was partly to blame for the assault because she had too much to drink.
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: