It has now been 25 years since my dad kidnapped me, and after years and years of painful work toward healing my own wounds, I am LIVID to see that our city is leaving the community’s most vulnerable members all alone, left to believe that no one is coming for them.
- CTIPP Partner Spotlight: Natasha Guynes, Her Resiliency Center
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- Opinion: Baltimore Needs Strong, Imaginative Leaders Who Understand the Challenges of Women on the Margins – Maryland Matters, By: Natasha Guynes
- ‘They’re Not Looking at the Whole Picture’ | Concerns over Mosby’s Prosecution Policy – Fox45 News
- Hidden Gems: Meet Natasha Guynes of Her Resiliency Center – Baltimore Voyage