Discovering Our Voices exhibit in Rockport

ROCKPORT — The Rockport Public Library is revealing on exterior home windows what girls throughout us are enduring inside their properties, in a Discovering Our Voices exhibit throughout Home Abuse Consciousness Month.

The picture portraits of 15 survivors together with handwritten testimony of abuse they endured by somebody claiming to like them is papering the library’s decrease financial institution of home windows on Russell Avenue via October. 

The 12 girls from the Midcoast who’re standing proud and talking loud about their experiences within the month-long out of doors window exhibit embrace Meg Barclay from Camden, associate in Scholz & Barclay Structure; Jess Bowen a nurse in Rockport; Courtney Davis (previously Billings) a hair stylist in Rockland; Christine Buckley, a Camden enterprise proprietor; and Mia Mantello, a psychotherapist and co-owner of Sewall Natural Orchard in Lincolnville. The Energy and Management Wheel every has custom-made was created within the Eighties by the Duluth, Minnesota Home Abuse Intervention Program and lays out the sample of techniques that home abusers use to get and hold management of their intimate associate.