During the month of April, Lifetime Television and Take5 on XM 155, a women’s talk and lifestyle channel, are partnering to stop violence against women.
This year, Lifetime’s campaign features a new Lifetime original movie, A Life Interrupted, the story of rape-survivor Debbie Smith, who helped change the law to better protect fellow victims. The movie re-airs Saturday, April 28 at 9PM Eastern.
In conjunction with Lifetime’s campaign, Take5 on XM Satellite Radio produced a month-long series featuring interviews and voices of women standing up against violence. Break the Cycle is thrilled we were invited to share our voice for the project. Supervising Attorney, Brandy Davis, is one of the women speaking out on XM 155. The radio spots are airing throughout April. Along with the radio coverage, Break the Cycle’s resources and thesafespace.org were featured on Lifetime’s campaign website.
Lifetime’s ongoing campaign to stop violence against women has been recognized for its success with the Golden Beacon Award and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences "Governor’s Award."
Published on April 25, 2007