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If you are Canadian and a Boomer, or a feminist of any nationality, you know the name Judy Rebick. She has been at the forefront of humanitarian causes since the 1970s, and her fearlessness as an advocate and activist is legendary. She championed Dr. Henry Morgentaler and Dr. Robert Scott when The Morgentaler Clinic was under assault from extremists in the Right to Life movement. She also advocated for deaf-culture individuals and agencies and for labour unions threatened by NAFTA. The author of several books, her new memoir, Heroes in My Head, is a must read for anyone concerned with early childhood trauma, it’s long-term health and relationship effects, and its profound power to unleash the protective genius of a child experiencing assault.
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