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At the end of her talk in the Xfinity conference center, Elizabeth Smart quoted her mother’s advice to victims, saying “It’s not what happens to us that defines us. It’s what we do next.” She said her mother also told her that the best punishment for her captors is for her live a happy life. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

One was a captive, abducted from her Utah home at 14, chained to a tree and raped nearly every day for nine months. The other, a longtime Snohomish County deputy prosecutor, spent much of her career seeking justice for sexual assault survivors and championing children’s rights.

Both women’s powerful stories were shared Thursday at the Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center’s fifth annual Transforming Hurt to Hope Luncheon .

Walter Russell Mead is the Chace professor at Bard College, a distinguished scholar at the Hudson Institute and editor at large for The American Interest.

Morrisville, N.C. — Monday evening, people who had spent the last few days in Las Vegas landed at Raleigh-Durham International Airport and many of them, no matter where they were during the shooting, said the city would never be the same for them.

One couple was at the concert where a gunman opened fire and killed at least 59 people and said they can’t believe it is something they lived through.

Photographs show Kristen Little and her husband, Burnie, celebrating three years of marriage in Las Vegas. Less than 24 hours after the pictures were taken, the two were just thankful to be alive.

At the end of her talk in the Xfinity conference center, Elizabeth Smart quoted her mother’s advice to victims, saying “It’s not what happens to us that defines us. It’s what we do next.” She said her mother also told her that the best punishment for her captors is for her live a happy life. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

One was a captive, abducted from her Utah home at 14, chained to a tree and raped nearly every day for nine months. The other, a longtime Snohomish County deputy prosecutor, spent much of her career seeking justice for sexual assault survivors and championing children’s rights.

Both women’s powerful stories were shared Thursday at the Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center’s fifth annual Transforming Hurt to Hope Luncheon .

At the end of her talk in the Xfinity conference center, Elizabeth Smart quoted her mother’s advice to victims, saying “It’s not what happens to us that defines us. It’s what we do next.” She said her mother also told her that the best punishment for her captors is for her live a happy life. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

One was a captive, abducted from her Utah home at 14, chained to a tree and raped nearly every day for nine months. The other, a longtime Snohomish County deputy prosecutor, spent much of her career seeking justice for sexual assault survivors and championing children’s rights.

Both women’s powerful stories were shared Thursday at the Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center’s fifth annual Transforming Hurt to Hope Luncheon .

Walter Russell Mead is the Chace professor at Bard College, a distinguished scholar at the Hudson Institute and editor at large for The American Interest.

Morrisville, N.C. — Monday evening, people who had spent the last few days in Las Vegas landed at Raleigh-Durham International Airport and many of them, no matter where they were during the shooting, said the city would never be the same for them.

One couple was at the concert where a gunman opened fire and killed at least 59 people and said they can’t believe it is something they lived through.

Photographs show Kristen Little and her husband, Burnie, celebrating three years of marriage in Las Vegas. Less than 24 hours after the pictures were taken, the two were just thankful to be alive.

The series premiered in South Africa on BBC Entertainment, in September 2009, in France on DTTV channel NRJ 12 on 12 January 2010, [2] on BBC America in the United States on 13 February 2010, [3] and in Australia on Channel Nine, on 21 March 2010.

Set in the present day, the series focuses on a group of ordinary people who survive the aftermath of a devastating viral pandemic – referred to as "European flu" – which kills most of the world's population by causing cytokine storms in the body's immune system. [4] The series sees the characters struggling against terrible dangers in a world with no society, no police, and no law, [5] led by the de facto matriarch of the group, Abby Grant. [6]

Sue Hogg, an executive producer at the BBC, was inspired to remake Survivors following the recent increase in concerns about future pandemics and diseases such as SARS . [7] It was decided that the show would be a re-imagining of the 1970s material made by BBC Productions rather than an external production company. [5] The BBC pursued the rights for Survivors from Terry Nation's estate so that the series could be revived. [8] The agreement, which was signed in 2007, took months of negotiations. [5] [9] For legal reasons, the new series is billed as being based on Nation's novelisation of material from his episodes of the 1970s series.

At the end of her talk in the Xfinity conference center, Elizabeth Smart quoted her mother’s advice to victims, saying “It’s not what happens to us that defines us. It’s what we do next.” She said her mother also told her that the best punishment for her captors is for her live a happy life. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

One was a captive, abducted from her Utah home at 14, chained to a tree and raped nearly every day for nine months. The other, a longtime Snohomish County deputy prosecutor, spent much of her career seeking justice for sexual assault survivors and championing children’s rights.

Both women’s powerful stories were shared Thursday at the Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center’s fifth annual Transforming Hurt to Hope Luncheon .

Walter Russell Mead is the Chace professor at Bard College, a distinguished scholar at the Hudson Institute and editor at large for The American Interest.




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