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Watch: Enquirer hosts conversation on domestic violence

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Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, November 7, 2021

The Enquirer will host a Facebook Live event at noon Thursday to discuss how to expand the solutions described in the news organization’s in-depth report last month about domestic violence in the Cincinnati region.

Kathrine Nero will host the event, to feature two local experts and Enquirer staff writer Terry DeMio, who worked on The Enquirer’s project, “Beyond the Bruises.”

Readers are invited to ask questions in advance at dvcomment@enquirer.com and or during the event at Facebook.com/enquirer.

Guests are:

Lori Droege, director of prevention and public education at the lon Center, formerly the Northern Kentucky Women's Crisis Center. She will appear on The Enquirer's Facebook Live event about domestic violence Nov. 11. Kathrine Nero is host. Provided

Lori Droege, director of prevention and public education at The Ion Center, formerly the Northern Kentucky Women’s Crisis Center. She coordinates violence prevention efforts in Northern Kentucky, including the evidence based program Green Dot.

Dr. Robert Shapiro is director of the Mayerson Center for Safe and Healthy Children at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. He also is executive director of Joining Forces for Children, a community collaboration on child and family resilience in the Cincinnati area. Provided

Dr. Robert Shapiro is director of the Mayerson Center for Safe and Healthy Children at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. He also is executive director of Joining Forces for Children, a community collaboration on child and family resilience in the Cincinnati area. His research mostly concerns improving health and wellbeing through the study of adverse childhood experiences, toxic stress and resilience.

Terry DeMio was a reporter for "Beyond the Bruises," The Enquirer's examination of domestic violence in the Cincinnati region. Meg Vogel

DeMio is an Enquirer veteran whose coverage of the opioid epidemic led The Enquirer to the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in local reporting for the chronicle Seven Days of Heroin.

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How The Enquirer uncovered family histories of domestic violence in Hamilton County

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[This article was originally published by Cincinnati.com.]

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