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Joshua Safran Author, Attorney, and Domestic Violence Survivor and Advocate
New York Times article about the award-winning Sundance documentary film "Crime After Crime" about Joshua's seven-year legal battle to free a wrongly imprisoned survivor of domestic abuse from prison.
Joshua Safran's moving first-person account in Salon.com about living in a home with regular domestic abuse and how he employed particular coping mechanisms to cope with it and survive.
Peabody Award-winner Lea Thau (former Executive and Creative Director of The Moth Radio Hour) hosts Joshua Safran on Strangers, part of Radiotopia from PRX. In this gripping 47-minute long podcast, Joshua tells the story of his life.
Interview on the BBC's Outlook about Joshua Safran -- born into a San Francisco commune and brought up on the road - and how he chose his current path advocating for the rights of survivor's of domestic abuse.
San Francisco Chronicle profile of Joshua Safran's unique and dangerous childhood growing up on the road and off the grid.
Joshua Safran's piece in the Huffington Post about seeking refuge from the domestic abuse that plagued his home growing up in the public library. There, he is able to research his roots and discover what it means to be Jewish.