Angelina Jolie spoke to NBC about the amended bill on Violence Against Women.

The actress said the domestic violence and child abuse issues is “personal to everyone.”

Jolie thinks the U.S Government does not recognize the severity of domestic violence and child abuse issues.

The Violence Against Women Act was established in 1994 to help victims of domestic violence.


Legislators included Kayden’s law in the newly amended VAWA bill.

Jolie visited Washington, D.C., with her 17-year-old daughter Zahara to advocate for VAWA.

Jolie wants more justice reforms for child abuse cases.

Jolie has extended her humanitarian efforts to include displaced families around the world.

The actress wants the public to remember the refugees of conflict-ravaged areas.