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Concord Monitor October 22, 2022
“Our biggest role is continuing to make sure that victims and survivors...are being represented and [to hold] perpetrators accountable,” said Pamela Keilig, a public policy specialist at the Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence.
“[We have to] make sure that our efforts across the state are up to date, relevant and victim-centered so that we aren’t punishing victims for crimes that they didn’t commit because they are trafficked.”
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