Roar with Shari. . . All Things Justice for Women & Survivors
ROAR With Shari™ is a weekly show hosted by rape and incest survivor, Attorney Shari Karney. “Pain put me into hiding, purpose called me out,” says Karney. Shari offers up straight talk about fighting for justice for victims of sexual abuse. Trauma. Resilience. Healing. For child sexual abuse survivors and all victims of sexual assault. Each week Roar with Shari talks with inspiring guests, rape and child sex abuse survivors, sexual violence victims, experts, nonprofit leaders, public office holders, change-makers, rainmakers, and justice warriors. The podcast offers insight into the law, the need for accountability and healing, justice, heart-rendering soul inspiring stories of victims, survivors, thrivers, and straight talkers about action, and life-changing transformation. It’s a podcast that shares the stories of child and adult victims of sexual assault who have turned their pain into purpose. We are here to learn together, to educate, empower, women supporting women, women empowerment, victim empowerment, and inspire others to speak up, speak out, and let their voices be heard. The podcast asks trauma-informed questions: What happened to you? What have you lived through, what have you survived?” How has it affected you?” Conversations on how do we help get justice so that lives can be transformed? We talk with change-makers, rainmakers, and more than a few troublemakers who courageously, bravely, and fearlessly Roar as One, with Shari. . . All Things Justice for Women & Survivors. Shari Karney’s story as a child sexual abuse survivor was made into a top-rated NBC-TV movie “Shattered Trust: The Shari Karney Story,” Karney has been a victims’ rights attorney who represents victims of child sexual abuse, clergy abuse, coach-teacher sex abuse, sports-athletics sexual abuse, and celebrity sex abuse for over 25 years. Currently, ROAR As One™ Inc. a non-profit 501(c)(3) educates courts and legislators on how specific decisions and laws can impact victims and survivors of child sexual abuse, to educate Congress to eliminate all statutes of limitations "SOL"--(the civil SOL backward and forward, the criminal SOL, forward) for survivors of child sexual abuse. Children so preyed on, exploited, and cruelly harmed should have human and civil rights.