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Survivor Voices 2020 by Beth Seigling

The above collage was created based on the 2020 Survivor Voices writing series with Donna Jenson of Time to Tell, an organization that helps survivors of incest and sexual abuse to write and share their stories in a healing way.

About the Creator

Beth Siegling

Beth Siegling (she/her) is a sophomore at Mount Holyoke College, studying Theatre Arts and Gender Studies. She works with non-profit organization Time To Tell as a Technical Moderator and enjoyed coordinating the pilot event Survivors’ Voices, a series of showcases featuring works written by survivors of childhood sexual abuse in January 2021. Beth also works as a personal assistant to Rythea Lee (rythea.com) and acts as the Administrative Coordinator for the Advice From a Loving Bitch Facilitator Training Program. This summer, Beth will be working as a company actor at Great Plains Theatre in Abilene, Kansas. Beth is committed to the liberation of queer and survivor communities, and she is ecstatic to have her work featured with The Fiona Project.

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