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Walk A Mile In Her Shoes - Fighting Domestic Violence

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Safe Alliance is hosting it's second annual "Walk A Mile in Her Shoes" march.  The event is a way to raise awareness about domestic violence, while raising money for the Safe Alliance shelter in Mecklenburg County. It takes place Saturday, August 23, 2014 in NoDa.

Imagine hundreds of men and women, racing in high heel shoes. It's quite the spectacle, but it's all for a good cause. The march is designed to raise public awareness about the realities of rape, sexual assault and domestic violence in the Charlotte region and across the nation. The event modeled after the old expression, "you can't understand someone's experience until you've walked a mile in their shoes."


 

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