Abuse survivor and advocate Erin Merryn joins Brooke to talk about overcoming the pain of child abuse. Erin has since used her rediscovered voice to speak out in favor of new age-appropriate curriculum in schools focused on child abuse prevention. As a result, a law named after her now exists in order to educate kids on how to speak up if somebody is abusing them.
Egyptian blogger and Muslim activist Dalia Ziada discusses the future of the fight for freedom in the Arab world. After an inspiring public overthrow of the Mubarak regime, the Egyptian peoples' momentum appears to have faltered a bit. Dalia explains that Mubarak's presence is still felt throughout the country, and tells Brooke that the violence at the soccer matches earlier this month was evidence of that. She also describes her fight to make her voice heard as a woman with political aspirations, and the challenge that still faces women in Egyptian society.
A Syrian dissident speaks to CNN's Suzanne Malveaux and describes daily bombings and sniper attacks in the city of Homs.
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux speaks with author Pamela Druckerman who says French children are better behaved and happier than American kids.