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Video: Angelina Jolie Hosted A Live Broadcast On The Topic Of Child Domestic Violence
Angelina Jolie does not like to let strangers into her private life. The actress and UN Goodwill Ambassador does not have social media accounts (at least official ones), she doesn’t go on dates and devotes all her free time to children, so the forced isolation is unlikely to weigh her heavily. Yet the COVID-19 pandemic has worried Angelina so much that she decided to broadcast live with renowned California pediatrician and leading surgeon Nadine Burke Harris. Angie invited the interlocutor to discuss the problems of domestic violence against children, which became more acute during periods of isolation and increased anxiety. According to Jolie, due to the fact that schools are closed, "teachers will not be able to notice bruises on the skin of students, and others will not understand that someone in the family offends someone."
Burke Harris shared the concerns of the actress and confirmed that the children are now at risk. And she asked people not to interfere thoughtlessly in the relations of neighbors, but if the life or health of the child is in danger, involve the guardianship authorities. Nadine and Angelina noted that it is important to trust the victims of violence, support them and stand up for their defense if someone asks for help. And finally, Jolie recalled that the best "antidote" to cruelty will be love and care for each other.
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