Clergy sexual abuse survivor talks about his healing

Joshua Love was recently paid $15,000 by a Catholic religious order to keep quiet about his claim that two Franciscan Friars abused him as a child. Now he’s going public and talking about how he’s tried to heal. (AP Video/Wong Maye-E, Samantha Shotzbarger)

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Young sexual assault survivor seeks peace, healing

In Brooklyn, an 18-year-old woman seeks peace and healing after the trauma of sexual assault, attending a twice-weekly program called “Sisters in Strength,” and practicing meditation. The arrest of R&B singer R. Kelly on charges of sexually abusing girls as young as 13 has focused the lens of the #MeToo movement on underage victims and girls of color. (AP Video/Wong Maye-E, Samantha Shotzbarger)

YouTube headline: A Circle of Healing for ‘Sisters in Strength’

YouTube description: In Brooklyn, young women who’ve faced sexual violence and their supporters gather twice a week to help each other recover and move ahead through education and exercises like the “circle.” The arrest of R&B singer R. Kelly on charges of sexually abusing girls as young as 13 has focused the lens of the #MeToo movement on underage victims and girls of color. (AP Video/Wong Maye-E, Samantha Shotzbarger)