Bronx teacher creates music video against domestic violence

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A Bronx music teacher has created a music video as a way to combat domestic violence.

Nick Slay dedicated his newest R&B project to the powerful messages and images of the pain and suffering women go through as victims of violence and sexual violence.

He gathered a crew of all women to create this music video for the song called "She Cries at Night."

From Netflix actors to a Hot 97 personality and celebrity hairstylist, Slay says the goal is to raise money for awareness.

He says he will donate money to the Sanctuary For Families, an organization in New York City that offers many resources to victims of gender violence.

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