Guest Blog 4: “See Something Say Something” By: Zenene Humphrey-Davis

The “see something say something” campaign we are hearing about when it comes to gun violence and other community issues must also apply to domestic violence. Until people stop turning their heads and ignoring the DV in families, friendships, etc., we will forever be having the conversation. Turning our heads doesn’t make the issues go away. Right now, as I write this blog, my family is going through a domestic violence murder-suicide tragedy. I can’t help but wonder what was going on in that home prior to this day? I can’t help but wonder how many people knew that things were getting bad. Did anyone try to intervene? Did anyone offer services? We must encourage our family member and friends to get out. We must let them know that help is available. If you see something, say something.

Zenene Humphrey-Davis is a domestic violence survivor. She was born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Alabama State University. She is a wife and mother of 3 who found her purpose through prayer, confessing the word of God, and believing what God says about her. She is the Executive Director of Domestic Violence Intervention Center, Inc. (D. V. I. C.). Mrs. Humphrey-Davis is the author of the book entitled “The Water Is Troubled, Jump In Breaking Out of Stagnation”.

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Domestic Violence Intervention Center SAFEHOUSE HOTLINE: 334-749-1515 STATE HOTLINE: 1-800-650-6522

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