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Abduction Motivates Girl to Launch Self-Defense Initiativei
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Faiza Elmasry
December 12, 2012 4:51 PM
Surveillance footage of an 11 year old being abducted prompted Dallas Jessup, 13, to start "Just Yell Fire," a nonprofit that teaches girls self-defense skills. Seven years later, Jessup has grown, so has her nonprofit. VOA's Faiza Elmasry reports.

Abduction Motivates Girl to Launch Self-Defense Initiative

Faiza Elmasry

Published December 12, 2012

Surveillance footage of an 11 year old being abducted prompted Dallas Jessup, 13, to start "Just Yell Fire," a nonprofit that teaches girls self-defense skills. Seven years later, Jessup has grown, so has her nonprofit. VOA's Faiza Elmasry reports.


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