What 'shelter at home' means for those who aren't safe there
Clip: 03/26/2020 | 6m 57s | Video has closed captioning.
Many Americans are staying home amid the coronavirus pandemic. But what does that mean for those who aren’t safe where they live? John Yang talks to Katie Ray-Jones, CEO of the National Domestic Violence Hotline, about how abusers may leverage a broader societal crisis to exact further control and why physical distancing puts victims of abuse at even greater risk.
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