Provides a "fly on the wall" view into an intimate conversation among people who have experienced domestic violence and sexual assault themselves and/or live with a partner who has, and how it impacts their relationships.
Focuses on healing – from the pandemic, from the impact of domestic violence and sexual assault, and from the general feelings of division around the country, touching on allyship and understanding what it means to be a strong ally.
Looks at the world through the lens of the pandemic, particularly the impact of isolation on domestic violence and sexual assault, including vicarious trauma, the pent-up frustration caused by COVID-19 and the deep, long-standing injustice perpetrated against people of color.
Returns to the basics of domestic violence and sexual assault and its impact on families and children, while putting more emphasis on prevention and supporting victims.
Shifts the education to look at the intersectionality of social systems and culture on domestic violence and sexual assault, including ways we as a society can do more.
Looks at the importance of healthy manhood and modeling appropriate behaviors in family and friend relationships.
Focuses on the importance of 'active bystanders' on the issues of domestic violence and sexual assault and includes segments on DUI and firearm safety.
Provides a firsthand look at the impact of family violence and sexual assault on the lives of victims and survivors.