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Chanel Miller:

Know My Name

Digital Season | Recorded at All About Women in 2020

On Demand: Thursday, 2nd April
Genre: Talks & Ideas

In 2016, “Emily Doe” wrote a victim impact statement for a Californian courtroom that has been read by 18 million people worldwide.

Now, in her brilliant memoir Know My Name, artist and writer Chanel Miller takes ownership of her own story and identity. Hosted by Edwina Throsby, as part of All About Women 2020.

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