Unbroken with Madeleine Black

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“We are not defined by what knocks us down – we are defined by how we get back up” – Madeleine Black.

 

Madeleine Black grew up with a burden that no adult, yet alone teenager, should have to bear. Gang raped at thirteen years old she was a victim of a crime that left her silent for many years. Yet her story is an empowering one of hope, strength and resilience. Since sharing her story on the Forgiveness Project’s website in 2014 Madeleine has written her memoir Unbroken, taken part in TV and radio interviews and has spoken in places such as schools, conferences and book events about her experiences. 

As part of our health and wellbeing programme she will share her story to highlight the impacts of sexual violence and help to end the shame, stigma and silence surrounding it.

Rape Crisis Grampian will be in attendance at this event.

Venue

Airyhall Library
Springfield Road
Airyhall
Aberdeen
AB15 7RF

Tickets

This event is free to attend but spaces are limited so booking is essential.

To book, call 01224 652500 or email LibraryEvents@aberdeencity.gov.uk

Contact details

Library Events
Aberdeen City Libraries
Rosemount Viaduct
Aberdeen
AB25 1GW
01224 652500
LibraryEvents@aberdeencity.gov.uk