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Panel Discussion At Sag Harbor Cinema Shines Spotlight On Scourge Of Domestic Violence

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From left, panel moderator Diana Diamond, advocate and survivor Nicole Behrens, and OLA executive director Minerva Perez discussing the issue of domestic violence in the community at a panel discussion at the Sag Harbor Cinema on Sunday evening.

From left, panel moderator Diana Diamond, advocate and survivor Nicole Behrens, and OLA executive director Minerva Perez discussing the issue of domestic violence in the community at a panel discussion at the Sag Harbor Cinema on Sunday evening.

Retreat attorney Susan Bereche, left, and Retreat education director Helen Atkinson-Barnes.

Retreat attorney Susan Bereche, left, and Retreat education director Helen Atkinson-Barnes.

Psychologist Diana Diamond moderated Sunday's panel discussion on the issue of domestic violence in the community at the Sag Harbor Cinema on Sunday evening.

Psychologist Diana Diamond moderated Sunday's panel discussion on the issue of domestic violence in the community at the Sag Harbor Cinema on Sunday evening.

authorCailin Riley on Oct 27, 2021
Nicole Behrens readily admits that it never really gets easier to share her story publicly. But she doesn’t let that stop her. On Sunday evening, in front of a group... more

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