The Brenda Blackmon Project
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Helping Raise Awareness About Domestic Violence

Through raising donations for shelters and other assistance from corporations and individual donors, the Brenda Blackmon Project is dedicated to helping those who have experienced domestic abuse. We offer panel discussions, staged presentations and bring about live feeds out in the community to help raise awareness about this crime that affects a large number of people in relationships and marriages each year.

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If you wish to get involved, donate, or learn more about our business, use the contact information below to reach us directly. Join the Brenda Blackmon Project today to learn more about domestic abuse, help others who have had to endure this violence, and to make a long-term, lasting and positive difference on our society and for future generations. Let’s put an end to domestic violence, one person at a time.

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The Brenda Blackmon Project
817 SW Lake Pines Dr 
Lee's Summit, MO 64082


Phone: 651-238-8131

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The Brenda Blackmon Project

1135 SW Arborfair Dr 

Lee's Summit, MO 64082


Domestic Violence Hotline:

800-799-7233 (SAFE)

Crime Victims Hotline:

866-689-HELP (4357)

Rape & Sexual Assault Hotline:


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The Kansas City Gem Theater welcomes the hit stage play, Living In The Black. The musical stage play starts at 7pm on October 24th. This is our second city stage production, we hope to bring this to other cities! The contributing agency is SAFE HOME.


"Living In The Black"

 Stage Play Trailer

Our first Theatrical Stage Play, Living In The Black, took place on May 9th, in Henderson, KY at the Henderson Fine Arts Center. With contributing agency, the Albion Fellows Bacon Center


Brenda featured in Courier Press article about her Musical to address speaking up about domestic violence.


Brenda appeared on WNIN to discuss her breaking the silence.

Panel Discussion Session #1
Panel Discussion Session..pdf
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Evansville Panel Discussion Session #1

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This is an explosive scene from the Stage Play Living In The Black! With Brookelle Bailey and Michael Vance. This story bites at your heart and changes how you see domestic violence.

Author of Living In The Black

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