Congratulations To Purple Vision’s On It’s Guest Blog Post Publication On The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence’s Voices: The NCADV Blog June 15, 2020

Thank you to the staff at the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) for publishing on Monday, June 15, 2020 my Rekitta Peters, Founder/Owner, Purple Vision guest Blog submission entitled “Be Good To Yourself!” in NCADV’s Voices: The NCADV Blog. I am extremely grateful, humbled and honored and hope my guest blog post helps to empower, encourage and educate domestic violence victims and survivors in their quest to practice daily self care. In addition, humbled and honored to be a servant leader as a blogger, public speaker, writer, social media administrator and entrepreneur being published on a national known blog such as NCADV’s Voices: The NCADV Blog because this accomplishment fulfills the mission statement and vision statement of Purple Vision on the Purple Vision website to help, encourage, educate, and empower women who are victims and survivors of domestic violence to create a vision for a better life for themselves and their family and honor the memory of women who lost their life due to domestic violence. Here is the link to the Purple Vision Blog guest blog published in NCADV’s Voices: The NCADV Blog

Rekitta Peters, hold a M.S. degree in Urban Planning from Columbia University and B.A. degree in Urban Studies from Dillard University. Rekitta Peters is the founder and owner of Purple Vision Blog . She is a blogger, writer, entrepreneur, and is currently the Assistant Director of the Council Research Division for the City of New Orleans. She is available for planning and facilitating assignments, social media administration, legislative policy research administration and writing assignments, speaking engagements, workshop, training, teaching, and conference offerings.

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