Jacqueline Rowe, is the founder of Face My Abuse. She is a Philanthropist, Humanitarian, Author and Motivational Speaker who strongly advocates for women and teens affected by Domestic Violence. In 2004, she broke her silence and the cycle of her past triumphs by contributing her story in the book, “Soul of Sisters.” In hopes of using her stardom at the time to say, “if it can happen to me then it can happen to you.” Jacqueline hoped by breaking her silence, it could encourage, empower, and inspire other abused victims of domestic violence to understand the violent behaviors of abuse by providing a channel of awareness that will guide all towards the necessary requirements and resources to become SURVIVORS and then “THRIVERS!“
As a contributing writer who has written several short stories in books. One of her first contributed books is Called
“SOULS OF MY SISTERS BLACK WOMEN BREAK THEIR SILENCE AND HEAL THEIR SPIRIT”
By: Authors Dawn Marie and Candace Sandy…
READ HER SHORT STORY
“LIFE AND TIMES OF JACQUELINE ROWE”
CHAPTER 59 ..PAGE 312 Where she broke her silence about domestic violence.
Book #2 is the updated version