DV Awareness Month – October

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

YES. REMEMBER THE WOMEN. HONOR THEM. PLEDGE IN THEIR NAMES TO ELIMINATE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOMICIDES IN THIS COUNTRY BY THE YEAR 2010.

You are all to be commended for the hard work you do to make this such a special month for all of the Silent Witnesses, for their families and for this country.Let our special message this month be that we are healing this country of domestic violence.

  • The murder rates are coming down and almost all the states are getting involved in the Results Projects. Silent Witness is becoming a household word.
  • We are seeing perpetrators being healed in many states now with the new treatment models.
  • We are seeing cooperation with the judges when they know we want to work with them. We are seeing communities that have more hope.
  • We are involving more men in the healing process and in Silent Witness vigils. We are moving forward. We are healing ourselves.
  • We are healing this country. You are all to be commended.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We love you angels. Please send us stories and anecotes about what happened to you during the month of October, or to other people who saw the Witnesses. It is so inspiring to hear the healing stories.

2 thoughts on “DV Awareness Month – October

  1. nlrafi September 5, 2007 at 6:15 pm Reply

    The Silent Witnesses of Rhode Island will be holding their TENTH Annual March to End the Silence on Thursday, October 18th at 6:00PM at Beneficent Church, 300 Weybosset Street in Providence, Rhode Island.

    A memorial service with speakers, including Attorney General Patrick Lynch, Senate Majority Leader Teresa Paiva-Weed, and families and friends of our RI Silent Witnesses will begin at 6PM in the main church. Then, a candlelight march through the streets of Providence will be led by bagpipers and mounted police officers, and will return to the church for light refreshments and information.

    Please join us and help us honor and remember the women, men & children who have been murdered in acts of domestic violence in Rhode Island over the past 25 years. Now we must be their voices. For more information, please call 401.714.2388.

  2. silentwitness September 26, 2007 at 6:20 pm Reply

    This is an excellent agenda for your event. I had hoped to be there but could not clear my calendar. I will be there next year.

    I wish you much success as you work to educate and heal your sphere of influence!

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