Taking Defense Personally: Eugene's Warrior Sisters
From trauma comes growth, sometimes. Concerns about sexual assault in Eugene led to the formation of Warrior Sisters, giving women the self-defense skills to potentially ward off an attacker.
From Eugene, the program has expanded, offering training in cities across the country.
Samantha Krop is a co-founder of the group, and a board member. She visits with Elizabeth Goward to talk about details of the training women get from Warrior Sisters.