Saturday, May 12, 2012

News - 4/12/12

Victoria's Walk a Mile event shines light on sexual violence
Goldstream News Gazette
Hall is preparing to take part in the annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event, happening Saturday (May 12) in Centennial Square. Part of an international event, the walk will raise funds locally for the Victoria Women's Sexual Assault Centre.
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Foot Power: SPRRC Summer Series offers variety
York Daily Record
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: The third annual event where men must step into high heels and take the 1-mile walk through downtown is set for Friday. This one is where men can step up, quite literally, to make a difference. The YWCA teams up with the York ...
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'Walk a mile in her shoes' is May 9 in Port Townsend
Port Townsend Leader
The third annual "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" sexual assault awareness walk is 6 pm today, Wednesday, May 9 in downtown Port Townsend. In recognition of national Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April), Jefferson County's Dove House Advocacy Services ...
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Real men wear heels
Mississauga
Armagh House of Mississauga is hosting its second annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event as part of the International Men's March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault and Gender Violence. It's a fundraiser for Armagh House, a 'second stage' shelter for women ...
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'Walk a mile in her shoes' is May 9 in Port Townsend - Port ...
5/8/2012 7:51:00 AM 'Walk a mile in her shoes' is May 9 in Port Townsend Meet at Rotary Park near ferry terminal for 6 p.m. walk along Water Street. Men, get ...
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Walk a Mile in HER Shoes Red Deer 2012.wmv - YouTube
Red Deer's first Annual Walk a Mile in HER Shoes in support of The Women's Outreach.
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High-heeled walk raises awareness of sexual violence
Peninsula Daily
More than 100 people participated in the "Walk A Mile in Her Shoes" event on Wednesday, including Candy Carter, Amaris Hunt, Indi Nelson, Lily O'Shea and Brendan O'Shea. By Charlie Bermant PORT TOWNSEND — More than 100 people — both men and women ...
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