The Tribe Break The Silence
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The Tribe Break The Silence

By Jana Bent & Rupert Bent III
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Book Description

Audio comic book with music and narration teaching children 8+ yrs how to
- Identify child sexual abuse;
- how to Respond if someone tries to sexually abuse them; and
- Report child sexual abuse

Specifically, to SCREAM, RUN, and TELL A TRUSTED ADULT, and to keep telling until they get help.

Written by Jana Bent and Rupert Bent III and Illustrations by Sanjay Charlton. Music written, produced and performed by Rupert Bent III.
Character voicing by celebrities including Yendi Phillips, Paula Ann Porter, Cindy Breakspeare and Valton VC Craigie. Funded by the Jamaica Social Investment Fund and content created in collaboration with the Child Development Agency, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, and UNICEF Jamaica.

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