Survivors of Terrorism Facing Cyber Trolling and Harassment
51 minutes · 2019
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How aware are we of the fallout from the freedom we enjoy using the internet and social media? Can you fathom a parent of one of the Sandy hook shooting victims being trolled online for years after the event took place? Or one of the survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing being harassed online from the moment she began treatment for brain injuries as a result of the incident?
Join our host Kristin Sunanta Walker and survivor Lynn Julian Crisci as they talk about her experience with internet harassment, cyber stalking, and trolling. What continues as she bravely speaks about her experience to help those also being targeted online.
Lynn is a Speaker, Author, Patient Advocate, Actress, Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor, Consultant: This “Pop Superhero” loves networking.
Lynn Julian Crisci wears more hats than a Hydra has heads: Survivor (Boston Marathon Bombing, 4/15/13); Author & Speaker in 6 books & 100s of articles (http://linkedin.com/in/lynnjulian); Boston Actress (http://BostonActress.org); Pop Superhero on 30+ CDs (http://PopSuperhero.com); Patient Advocate & Ambassador for many organizations (Strength To Strength, http://StoSglobal.org; US Pain Foundation, http://USPain.org; Brain Injury Assoc. of America, http://biausa.org; Hearing Health Foundation, http://hearinghealthfoundation.org; Ehlers Danlos Society, http://Ehlers-Danlos.com; Leaftopia, http://DispensaryLocation.com); SEO Consultant for FDJ Ent. Lynn and her Service Dog, Dr. Bugsy Smallz, find purpose in helping others and hope to inspire us to never give up. "I went from wheelchair, to walking again, to finishing the Boston Marathon. Find strength through unity. Together, we can achieve anything!"
Lynn Julian, AKA CCG Pop Superhero, freed women from the mold that holds them captive & broke the mold of the female Pop Star on 30+ CDs. "Nashville's Version of Fiona Apple,” ROLLING STONE.
A disabling 2006 stage accident left Lynn in a wheelchair and learning to walk again for 6 years. In 2012, she began acting in short films. On 4.15.2013, Lynn survived the Boston Marathon attack, with brain Injury and a renewed sense of purpose, finishing the 2014 Boston marathon. Residing in Boston’s Back Bay, Lynn Julian is involved in regional film projects & charities.