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Joined on 7 July, 2011
After three years, Elizabeth Salgado's disappearance remains a mystery. Police in Provo, UT today confirmed during a press conference there are still no significant leads on her whereabouts. Please call the police if you have any information. (801) 852-6210.
I got the opportunity to interview 4 of the survivors from the Larry Nassar case for @crimewatchdaily. Each of the four women I interviewed gave victim impact statements at Nassar's sentencing, however, they were not alone in giving the statements. 156 total victims did! #Brave
I established the Elizabeth Smart Foundation to help prevent future crimes against children, and to address the needs of survivors and families by providing resources needed to empower their futures. Please consider donating to my foundation.
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to speak at Idaho State University @idahostateu and was reminded of how important it is for each of us to be a little kinder to each other. Every person has a story. Every person needs kindness. #KindnessMatters #Kindness #elizabethsmart
This past week has given me a lot to think about. I spoke in Atlanta and New Orleans, met some wonderful people and heard some heartbreaking stories. I am constantly overwhelmed at the support I receive, and am so deeply touched by all the loving and kind comments. Thank you!
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My movie "I Am Elizabeth Smart" premeirs tomorrow, Saturday, November 18, on Lifetime. This year marks the 15th anniversary of my rescue. I narrate and tell my own story that is more relevant today than ever. #survivor #stopsexualviolence #Lifetime
Victims don’t stay in painful, scary situations because they like it, they stay there because they’re scared. Victims so often find that doing nothing or exactly what their perpetrators tell them is the best survival tactic. #Lifetime #iamelizabethsmart
I hope everyone will watch my @lifetimetv movie this Saturday, Novembe 18, at 9pm (EST). The acting was so real it scared me. And that was one of the most important elements of doing this project.. #staystrong #miracleshappen #nomorevictimblaming #NeverGiveUp
Part 1 of 2 tonight on A&E at 9PM (EST). I tell the story of my kidnapping at 14-years-old and the nine months of captivity and sexual abuse I experienced. I also discuss, along with my family, and law enforcement officials, the efforts to rescue me.
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