“The pen is mightier than the sword.” – Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1839



Vanessa Osage is a guest with Coach HP, on the #1 Positivity & Relationships podcast, March 4, 2021 

Brainfood from the Heartland, with Louie b Free, live radio show throughout Ohio, February 26, 2021  (scroll to the date of February 26, 2021 for video/audio)

The Can’t Stop the Sunrise Audiobook is now available through Audible!, January 21, 2021

Thrive Global features Vanessa Osage in an interview with Ben Ari about “Can’t Stop the Sunrise”, December 31, 2020

Speak Loud Podcast, Episode #36, “Can’t Stop the Sunrise with Vanessa Osage”, December 25, 2020

Authority Magazine Features Vanessa Osage, “How to write a book that sparks a movement”, December 4, 2020

IndieReader Gives Can’t Stop the Sunrise a 5-Star Review for Politics & Current Events, December 2, 2020

#TruthHeals | Institutional Reform with Vanessa Osage on Prisonist podcast, November 16, 2020

Can’t Stop the Sunrise: Adventures in Healing, Confronting Corruption & the Journey to Institutional Reform book released October 7, 2020, by Stone & Feather Press

Audio clips of the speech in the Lawrence Academy auditorium, December 10, 2001

The Lowell Sun feature article, of May 27, 2018

Editorial by then-Lowell Sun Editor, Jim Campinini “Lawrence Academy Bans the Media”, June 4, 2018:

Editorial by Vanessa Osage, “Lawrence Academy Sex Abuse Victim Says She Won’t Be a Silent Accomplice”, June 10, 2018

Editorial by Vanessa Osage, “Burdensome Choice is Now Lawrence Academy’s”, August 6, 2018

Article by Rick Sobey through the Nashoba Valley Voice, “Woman Who Says She Was Molested at Lawrence Academy in the ’90’s Holds a Public Response Event”, August 15, 2018

* contains illegal defamation by Lawrence Academy Trustee, Bruce MacNeil (who has never met or spoken with Vanessa Osage)

Article by Rick Sobey of the Boston Herald, “Justice CORPS Initiative Aims to Empower School Abuse Victims”, April 2, 2019

Article following the release of the school’s “independent investigation” report, April 25, 2019:

** Please note – the link was made inactive during an apparent effort to ‘clean up the internet’ and erase or alter this ongoing story. The article’s headline was changed retroactively. You will notice it now redirects to a new hyperlink with misleading message attached. See Year 2, Week 17 on the Home page to learn more about the school’s interference with the press, and Lowell Sun Editor Tom Zuppa’s sudden resignation from his position in September 2019 **

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