Wednesday, April 6, 2011

News - 4/6/11

Muncie's Walk A Mile in Her Shoes Thursday at Ball State University
Muncie Star Press
Borrow some and join Walk A Mile in Her Shoes, an international men's march to stop rape, sexual assault and gender violence 3-6 pm along University Avenue on the Ball State University campus. OK, heels aren't really required to join this walk, ...
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Valley men strut in high heels to walk a mile in her shoes
by Erika Flores It was an event at South Texas College aimed at promoting domestic violence awareness month. A few trips and falls are a small price to pay for Mario Moreno. It was just a few years ago that Moreno said he was the aggressor in a ...
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Sexual Assault Awareness Event Puts Men in High Heels
By Channel 2 News staff Men strapping on high heels in a show of support for women may look and sound strange -- but advocates against sexual assault say the "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" event grows in popularity every year. ...
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USM men walk in heels for a good cause
The "Walk A Mile in Her Shoes" event was designed to increase the public's knowledge about Hattiesburg's Shafer Center for Crisis Intervention and it's work to help victims of sexual violence. Over 35 USM students wore stilettos and walked nearly a ...
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Event to target sex assaults
Poughkeepsie Journal
Family Services President Sue West speaks at Tuesday's news conference about the Walk A Mile in Her Shoes event set for April 30 at Marist College. The walk is a fundraiser for the Crime Victims Assistance Program of Family Services....
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San Angelo Standard Times
April 16 — ASU's Pi Kappa Alpha hosts "Walk a Mile in her Shoes," in which they step into high heels and walk around the Tom Green County Courthouse. April 28 — Volunteers will pass out bookmarks to students explaining the purpose of "Denim Day. ...
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Men don heels to spread domestic-violence awareness
Trujillo, like the other two dozen men or so who participated, squeezed his feet into women's footwear as part of the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event hosted by the Mexican-American studies program at STC and Mujeres Unidas, a non-profit women's advocacy ...
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