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Stopping Domestic Violence (Part 3 of 4): A Conversation with Mildred Muhammad


This is part 3 of a scheduled 4-part series of exclusive interviews conducted by Gary Johnson with Mildred Muhammad, an Award-Winning Global Keynote Speaker, International Expert Speaker for the US Dept. of State, Certified Consultant with the US Dept. of Justice/Office for Victims of Crime, CNN Contributor, BNC Contributor, Domestic Abuse Survivor, Certified Domestic Violence Advocate, Advisory Board Member & Public Speaking Instructor for The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault Advocacy Network’s Advisor, Best-Selling Author, Former Internet TV Talk Show Host, Trainer & Educator as well as a Certified Professional/Personal Development Consultant.

As the ex-wife of the DC Sniper, Mildred travels and speaks on a global platform to discuss her life of terror, abuse, and heartache, all while promoting Domestic Abuse/Violence Awareness and Prevention.

This conversation was conducted on May 11, 2022.  Part 3 of Mildred and Gary’s exclusive interview focuses on life in a shelter, forgiveness, the worst day for an abuser and how you can support a victim.  For more exclusive and insightful interviews visit

This conversation was conducted on April 27, 2022. For more exclusive and insightful interviews visit

This conversation was conducted on April 13, 2022. For more exclusive and insightful interviews visit



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