Quasona Cobb is a domestic violence advocate. After leaving her abuser she has made it her mission to empower and educate young adults, and to raise awareness to dating violence.It is with this intent that Quasona also hopes to inspire other survivors to speak out as a means to end relationship abuse.
Domestic Violence also known as intimate partner violence is the willful intimidation,
physical assault, battery, sexual assault, or other abusive behavior perpetrated by an intimate partner against another.
More than 1 in 3 women and more than 1 in 4 men in the United States have experienced rape, physical violence and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime.
Physical violence, Sexual Violence, Stalking, Psychological aggression, and Control of Reproductive Health
75% of all homicides related to domestic violence occur after the victim leaves the relationship. 30% of physical disabilities in women are the result of domestic violence.
Quasona recently joined the team at See the Triumph where she will serve as a contributor to thei [ ... ]
In 2010 the Congress declared February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month. Da [ ... ]
Relationship abuse survivor and advocate, Amy Thompson, reached out to Quasona to share her story [ ... ]
Domestic Violence Unmasked is an experiential project on community awareness of domestic violence [ ... ]
The text below is quoted from the NewsOne article, which is linked below: "Within the Af [ ... ]
Quasona and her mom, Arlene Gordon, are featured in the "And you said..." section [ ... ]
Quasona partnered with Glamour Magazine to do a PSA for their Tell Somebody campaign sharing [ ... ]
Quasona was featured in Glamour Magazine's national campaign agains relationship abuse. [ ... ]