Sunday, October 2, 2011

News - 10/2/11

Walk a mile in her shoes
WSBT-TV
SOUTH BEND – On Saturday morning, men traded in their shoes for red pumps in South Bend in support of the YWCA. Whether it was open-toed, lace-ups, or straps, it was the high-heeled help that will raise money for programs to assist victims of domestic ...
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College Men Walk In Heels For Good Cause
KCRG
The whole new respect came from University's first annual "walk a mile in her shoes". An event to raise awareness and put an end to rape, sexual assault and gender violence, all while raising money for the Rape Victim Advocacy Program. ...
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2nd Annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
YNN Hudson Valley
MONTICELLO, NY -- Hundreds gathered in Monticello to take part in the 2nd Annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event, which raises funds for Sullivan County's Rape Intervention Services and Education, or RISE. The event took place at the Sullivan County ...
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Fancy footwear fundraiser
Coeur d'Alene Press
The hardy men of Kootenai County displayed their stoicism on Saturday morning at the Walk A Mile In Her Shoesmarch at Higgens Point, where they donned women's towering footwear to raise money for women's crisis services and domestic violence shelters. ...
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Men march in high heels to end violence
Turn to 10.com
Courageous men took off their comfortable shoes and sported red high heels Saturday morning for the "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" international men's march in Central Falls. The march kicked off at the high school on Summer Street in an effort to show ...
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Stepping up to support abused women
St. Catharines Standard
By DON FRASER Standard Staff "I see first-hand what happens, I respond to these calls like the police," said Fisher, 48, wearing a pair of pink-fuzzy slippers at Saturday's Walk a Mile in Her Shoes fundraiser in the Pen Centre. ...
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Domestic violence denounced
Sarnia Observer
A group of 15, mostly teens from the Aamjiwnaang Midget Hitmen hockey team, took a stand against domestic violence Saturday during the second annual "Walk a Mile in her Shoes" event. "I don't know that domestic violence is a huge issue in our community ...
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Men in high heels line Main St.
KKCO-TV
If just for the day, these stiletto sprinting men now know what it's like to walk a mile in her shoes. One in four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Today, females between the ages of 20 and 24 years old are at the greatest risk ...
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