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Titi was in an abusive relationship for nearly three years. To escape the abuse one day, she jumped off her second-story balcony and broke her leg from her knee down to her ankle; she was hospitalized for five months. As she began her healing process at URI, Titi said, “I feel like I’m releasing a lot of things I went through—all my pain. I don’t have to look over my shoulder anymore.” Help us share her story at #DVfree and visit http:/nyc.org to learn how you can support our campaign to stand up for a world free of domestic violence.

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