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News - 4/27/12

'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes' for WEAVE
Sacramento Bee
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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
Sacramento Bee
Craig Lawson practices walking in the red heels he'll wear for the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes fundraiser, which kicks off, so to speak, Saturday on Sacramento's Capitol Mall at Sixth Street. Men with a last-minute urge to don pumps can register starting ...
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Sacramento Bee
Walk a mile in her shoes; Students show support against sexual assault (with ...
The Morning Journal
By KATE SNYDER AMHERST — About 150 young men from Amherst Steele High School traded tennis shoes for high heels and marched down Washington Street in Amherst as part of the "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" program to raise awareness about sexual assaults.
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Walk A Mile In Her Shoes, Raise Awareness On The Way
K2 Radio
Strap on your heels and 'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes' this Saturday. And if you need to borrow some there will be high heels available. Its a mile long walk through Casper to raise awareness of sexual assault and gender violence. It wraps up Victim Rights ...
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Men walked in heels to raise awareness for sexual assault
Imperial Valley Press
The event, "Walk a mile in her shoes" was organized by the Sure Helpline Crisis Center and it is done in many cities around the country. This is the fourth year in the Imperial Valley. The main purpose of the event is to bring awareness, ...
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Get pumped up, men, and try on a purse to match
TheNewsTribune.com
No, they're Russell Investments employees preparing to "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes." Local dudes will show their solidarity with the fairer sex next week in a seemingly undudelike way: Strapping on pumps and clomping around downtown Tacoma like amateur ...
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Try Walking In My Shoes: Men Mark Sexual Assault Awareness Month
OPB News
"A Walk in My S hoes" is Clatsop County's first attempt at a spin-off of the international campaign, "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes." The event hosts men in women's shoes who march to stop rape, sexual assault and gender violence.
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Fraternity men walk in high heels for a good cause
WDAM-TV
It was all for the Walk a Mile in her Shoes event. The men walked across the campus of Southern Miss in red high heel shoes to promote prevention and education about Sexual Assault Awareness. Sigma Nu Fraternity and the Shafer Center for Crisis ...
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Saturday walk in Casper 'pumps' awareness of victims
Casper Star-Tribune Online
But whether you wear sneakers or spikes, organizers of Saturday's "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" event just want men — and women and kids — to go and have fun. Frank Baird created Walk a Mile in Her Shoes in 2001. What started as a small group of men ...
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Men strap on heels to raise money, awareness for sexual assault
Republican & Herald
Jacqueline Dormer/Staff photo Barry Long, Pottsville, left, and Bill Rosenberger, Port Carbon, line dance in their high heels inside the Humane Fire Company before the start of the second annual SARCC Walk A Mile In Her Shoes event in Pottsville.
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A mile in her shoes | Photographers Blog
I was given such an assignment recently to photograph the tenth annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes annual event in the city of San Jose where men, women, ...
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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes on Saturday | Blackfoot Morning News
Photo courtesy of Dixie Chapman Cleon Chapman gets ready for "Walk a mile in her shoes" by donning classic 6-inch black stilettos and leisurely reading ...
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