Chanel Miller – Turning Her Pain Into a Rallying Cry with “Know My Name” | The Daily Show

Published on October 14, 2019

Chanel Miller opens up about why she felt compelled to write her book “Know My Name” and how she hopes to aid other survivors of sexual assault with her words. #TheDailyShow #ChanelMiller #KnowMyName



  • Alyssa 1 year ago

    Aaaaaa this woman is my hero, her strength gives me so much hope

  • Nicole Montana 1 year ago

    I LOVE her book it’s so good she’s such an inspiration to me and many other women

  • Ebby C 1 year ago

    I felt shivers (the good kind) when they all clapped for the Swede in the audience. That’s a real hero. That’s, who matters. Not a celebrity.

  • Stone Harper 1 year ago

    I wish I could only be half as strong as this woman! Thank you for sharing your story!!

  • Penny Pen 1 year ago

    Just quoting the stats here. “One in 5 U.S. women is raped at some point in their lives, and 1 in 3 is a victim of sexual violence involving physical contact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.” Maybe that’s why her story is more relevant than you thought. I command her for standing up and sharing her experience and story. This is not some “non-incident” as some assholes in this comment section have mentioned. This happens way too often than it should in real life.

  • Jana 1 year ago

    I remember sobbing over her victim impact statement and then being so proud of her when her book came out. The way she turns her pain into strength and into a motor for change in a global movement is such an inspiration. It’s the “f*ck you” Brock Turner deserves but didn’t get in court. We know your name, Chanel Miller. We see you and stand by you ♥️

  • Imani Anderson 1 year ago

    What a courageous woman; I admire her so much

  • zachandbro 1 year ago

    What a powerful narrative about how destructive men can be to women. Let’s do better gentlemen

  • louisaruth 1 year ago

    5:52 I have been saying this for years. So true.

  • ProjectFlashlight612 1 year ago

    I respect her power, but I do not believe for one second that her story will make the slightest difference. This is a trick the leftist media uses, showcase a brave person to make you feel like something is being done – so you can go back to sleep. The far worse rightist media just panders to the fears of idiots. Neither is of any worth.

  • blue4me43 1 year ago

    There are Angle”s of love always looking out for the innocent people in many forms……. and they are everywhere…..

  • clee89 1 year ago

    Ugh that Swede is comically good-looking

  • shakizzle33 1 year ago

    Thank you for sharing your story Chanel

  • Sara Murphy 1 year ago

    Really liked the pro-trump ad I had to sit through first…. not.

  • Wicked Badass 1 year ago

    What a great interview and such a strong person she is for coming forward. I can only imagine how hard it was when she was anonymous so she made this decision knowing she was subjecting herself to the opinions of the public, and some would be good and some would be bad, and she did it anyway. It’s amazing. She’s very strong and courageous, and I’m sure her book will help so many survivors.

  • Alistair 1924 1 year ago

    Who are the 23 who disliked this?

  • Iron Fan 1 year ago

    *Chanel* is stunning, in her beauty and strength.
    *Carl* is a hero. So is the other Swede.
    Rapist Brock Turner should be infamous for being what he is, a rapist. Not ‘a boy who shouldn’t suffer all his life for a mistake he made over 20 minutes’ (or whatever similar BULLSHIT his father said).

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  • 08FayFay 1 year ago

    Bravo Chanel ✅??

  • Ashley Fametory 1 year ago

    She is an amazing human, her voice is deep and full of meaning, her energy is attractive, she is powerful, she is smart. I love her!


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