Sometimes, a story needs telling to make others aware of an injustice that needs righting. When you read Even Blue Birds Sing, you should be outraged that the protagonist not only really lived this horror, but more importantly, she is STILL living it thirty years after the awful events. TODAY, in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, she still has no way to exist other than underground, without the safe ability to see her son. This just isn’t right, and I am asking that you not only read her story but also support its publication---and thus spread awareness---with a nomination before May 1. Together, we can work to enact laws that protect abuse victims and make the abuser culpable for a change. Together, we can make this an America that cares. Thank you. Karen Buyno 

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An important reality for far too many women and children.

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