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Emma Husar's tearful domestic violence speech greeted with applause – video

Labor MP Emma Husar recounts in parliament the story of her childhood living with domestic violence – a life spent in shelters and hotel rooms above pubs, living in constant fear. ‘There were 13 police cars the last time physical violence affected my childhood,’ she said. Husar ended her contribution by appealing to fellow victims to join the ‘choir of the white ribbon movement’ and tell the story of their experiences and of their survival.

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