Monday, October 20, 2008

News - October 20, 2008

Walking the Walk
Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription) - USA
... hobbled en masse through downtown Danville, Ky., last week as part of "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes," a nationwide effort to raise awareness about violence. ...
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Students walk to raise sexual violence awareness
OSU - The Lantern - Columbus,OH,USA
The Ohio State Interfraternity Council and the Ohio Union Activities Board hosted the first Ohio State "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes," the international men's ...
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Students, faculty walk to raise violence awareness
Arkansas Traveler (subscription) - Fayetteville,AR,USA
An estimated 400 UA students and faculty members will participate in "Walk a Mile in her Shoes" 6 pm today at The Gardens to raise awareness of violence ...
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Walk a Mile calendars for sale
POCATELLO -- After the fifth annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event at Idaho State University on October 1, 2008, the Project Hope Advocacy Program is now offering a 2009 calendar to help raise additional money for victims of domestic ...
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Students, faculty walk to raise violence awareness
While the march will be all male, everyone is encouraged to attend the event. Some participants will be taking the title "Walk a Mile in her Shoes" quite literally by marching one mile wearing high heels.
The Traveler - http://www.thetraveleronline.com/home/
Greek Men Against Sexual Assault
By Holly(Holly) 
The group Greek Men Against Sexual Assault hosted the "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" for the second year to raise awareness and money for the local SAFE Project. The President of Greek Men Against Sexual Assault, Ryan Foristal, ...
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LocalNews8.com Idaho Falls, Pocatello - Weather, News, Sports ...
The Project Hope Advocacy Program at Idaho State University hosted the 5th annual Walk a Mile in her Shoes event at I.S.U. on October 1st. ...








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