ABC News is in the early stages of producing a series built around the journeys of people who have survived personal trauma. In each hour-long episode, weâ€™re hoping to profile a person who has decided to meet someone from their past who has either directly or indirectly inflicted trauma upon them. We hope to follow a professional as he or she meets both with the survivor and the person they plan on meeting. When both people are ready, we then hope to ultimately film a dialogue between these two parties.
….If there is anyone who follows your site who is interested in getting involved in this project, and who feels there may be a chance that the person who has inflicted trauma would be willing to be involved, please encourage them to send me an email with their story at Andrew.G.Sullivan@abc.com. We would then take the follow-up steps to contact the person whom they wish to meet. While it is more difficult to facilitate a dialogue when the other party is incarcerated, it is not an impossibility, and those people should not feel discouraged from emailing me.
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