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Rose McGowan

The activist, author and former actress shares what matters most to her in life and what it really means to be brave

Writing Brave was cathartic, but it took a long time to get there. I was really angry with my father but, when it was published, something shifted and I felt able to visit his grave and let bygones be bygones. My relationship with myself changed, too; I worked through a lot of my fears. The book is part personal memoir and part manifesto for getting people to rise up and it worked that way for me, too – by the end of it, I was ready to take on the world, so I did!

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