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A Better Man

Domestic abuse is a heartbreaking issue in our community - and one that Attiya Khan has dedicated her life to. A survivor of violence herself, Khan has worked with battered women for 15 years. She believes it's essential to bring abusive men into the conversation in order to end the cycle of violence. Khan is working on a powerful new documentary, A Better Man, which focuses on how men can get help. And it features an interview with the former partner who abused her. Khan has launched an Indiegogo campaign to fund the film: Listen audio (runs 7:12)

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