Donna Hylton is a women's rights activist and criminal justice reform advocate. Donna is an activist and sought after speaker who speaks publicly about the trauma of sexual violence and abuse. Donna emphasizes how the root causes often result in victimization and that 90% of women who have been abused are being incarcerated, especially women of color. Donna's own life took an unexpected and life-changing turn when as a child she was lured from Jamaica to the United States. Her memoir, 'A Little Piece of Light,' tells the story of the childhood abuse she endured, the spiral of events that lead to her incarceration and how she learned to live, love and trust all over again. During her incarceration, Donna earned an Associate of Science degree, a Bachelor of Science degree in the Behavioral Sciences with a concentration in Social Psychology and a Master’s of Arts degree in English Literature from Mercy College.
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A Little Piece of Light
- By: Donna Hylton, Kristine Gasbarre
- Narrated by: Donna Hylton
- Length: 7 hrs and 58 mins
Donna Hylton is a groundbreaking advocate for criminal justice reform to ensure prison safety and to end mass incarceration in the US. But in 1986, Hylton experienced prison from the inside when she was sentenced to 25 years-to-life for kidnapping and second-degree murder....
A little piece of truth
- By mjsthejoint on 03-27-19
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