VOICCEOPIN CHILD ABUSE MUSEUM AND FAMILY CONVENTION CENTER: THEY CRIED AND NOBODY HEARD THEM: NOW WE DO will be dedicated in memory to the millions of individuals who have lost their lives to child abuse. As stated, we do not define Child Abuse using the traditional definition. Instead, our definition is abuse of anyone (person or animal ) regardless of their age. We never stop being someone's child.
We want the museum to be a project for the people. We have started a contest for people to submit ideas for the design for the museum. Click on the red button below to find out more information about the contest and the museum.
The CHILD ABUSE MUSEUM AND FAMILY CONVENTION CENTER is being built as a memorial in honor and recognition of Our Love Stars (both animals and people) whose lives were taken from them by child abuse. In addition to serving as a memorial to Our Love Stars, the Child Abuse Museum And Family Convention Center will serve as a constant reminder that we must stay vigilant and alert to child abuse so that we can hear the cries of those who are still being abused and we can respond to their cries. TOGETHER, We'll Hear And Cherish Their Cries.
Too often abused victims are forgotten about until another senseless heinous crime is inflicted upon one of them. No, we can’t bring them back: but we can memorialize them so that they are not forgotten. Our memorializing them by building a Child Abuse Museum And Family Convention Center will also help us to help those who are still living in abusive situations.
We have memorials-museums established for many people, to remember them and the events which affected/altered their lives. We have the Jewish Museum; The Civil War Museum; The Great Rescue Gallery, Chile; Museum of Chinese in America, USA; The Bible Museum, etc. These museums tell a story about the lives of individuals; these museums serve as reminders…memorialization of people’s lives so that we don’t forget; so that we can work towards improving our society. Building an International Child Abuse Museum can also accomplish this for victims of child abuse.
Furthermore, survivors of child abuse in Australia stated that having a child abuse museum could “serve as a place for them to go, sit and reflect—and a place that will put these tragic circumstances in a place so they could never be forgotten, so that children would not be put in a position I the future where their accounts of abuse would not be believed.”
We have contacted Ambassadors, Presidents, Prime Ministers, etc. of different countries encouraging them to build a child abuse museum in their country.
Australia is the first country to move forward on building a child abuse museum and research center: Prime Minister Scott Morrison stated that the child museum will be an " National apology to institutional child sexual abuse victims." He stated:
We have encouraged Prime Minister Macron to include a child museum and family convention center in the rebuilding of the Notre Dame.
We will be raising money for building of a child abuse museum and family convention center in the United States, to help those countries who aren't in a financial position to undertake this task and for building the corporate facility in Palestine (if they desire to have a museum).
As we have been developing this concept, we are finding that the concept of a child abuse museum will be different for each country ... depending upon their specific needs.
We are beginning to see some significant changes happening in raising the awareness and doing something about child abuse all over the world....
Some people may say/have said: “What a gruesome idea. It would be too just much … too difficult for me to go visit.” What I say is what Our Love Stars had to endure was gruesome and what they went through is what would be much-- too difficult to endure. Therefore, the theme of the International Child Abuse Museum will be “Our Love Stars In Heaven.” That theme should calm all people who are squeamish and find it too difficult to visit the museum.
We also have the Museum of Death, Museum of Mummies, Glore Psychiatric Museum, Catacombs of the Capuchins Museum, the Vadoo Museum, El Museo De Las Momias Museum, Museum of Menstruation & Women’s Health, Vent Haven Ventriloquist Museum, Icelandic Phallological Museum, The Mutter Museum, – and many more–museums that are gruesome.
We will be starting to develop the concept for the child abuse museum and family convention center for the United States and welcome everyone's ideas. Please submit your ideas by December 31, 2019 to: email@example.com or you may submit your ideas in the SUBMIT IDEA SECTION listed on this website.