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Today on Your Call: What explains the hidden epidemic of child abuse in America?
On the next Your Call, we'll rebroadcast a conversation we had about child abuse-- why it’s so pervasive and why it still remains so hidden. The Guardian recently reported that “Over the past decade, more than 20,000 American children have been killed their own family members – that is nearly four times the number of US soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.” What explains this? And how can we stop they cycle of abuse? How can we educate children and adults to prevent child abuse? It's Your Call, with Rose Aguilar.
Dr. Seema Jilani, pediatrician at Texas Childrens Hospital and freelance journalist
Michael Petit, president of Every Child Matters, a child advocacy organization
Robyn Roberts, training coordinator with Marin Advocates for Children