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Marilyn Gambrell is a parole officer turned teacher who started the program No More Victims at the M.B. Smiley High School in Houston, Texas. The program was developed to assist children with incarcerated parents, hoping to prevent them from following in their parent's footsteps. Since the program's start in 1993, hundreds of children have graduated under her tenure.
Gambrell is also the author of a series of books entitled Cherish the Child Within, a curriculum used by educators, professionals, and social workers, and has recently completed a series of coloring books entitled My Feelings Are Real. She was played by Jami Gertz in the Lifetime movie Fighting the Odds: The Marilyn Gambrell Story.
- Fighting the Odds: The Marilyn Gambrell Story
- Inspirational/motivational instructors/mentors portrayed in films
- "NO MORE VICTIMS". 2008. Retrieved 2009-10-08. – official website
- "No More Victims, Inc., Mission statement and philosophy; Organization goal and history; Emotional support services and overview". Houston Progressive Index. 19 August 2007. Retrieved 2009-10-08.
- Hung, Melissa (29-03-2001) Captive Emotions Houston Press
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