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Sexual Assault Awareness Candlelight Vigil
April 20, 2016 ~ 5:30pm
 

Atlantic Cape Cape May Campus Front Courtyard
341 South Dennis Road
Cape May Court House, NJ 08210

Free Event Open To The Public

Sponsored by: C.A.R.A. The Coalition Against Rape and Abuse
Candlelight Vigil - Sexual Assault Awareness
   Awareness  Education  Support  Empower
   Remembering the Victims ... Honoring the Survivors

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Sexual Assault Stand Down
April 26, 2016 ~ Kickoff begins 10:00am sharp

Coast Guard Training Center Cape May Gymnasium
1 Munro Avenue
Cape May, NJ 08204

Come help raise awareness of Sexual Assault by participating in our obstacle course! The Coast Guard’s mission is to provide healing for children, adults, and families affected by sexual assault and to end sexual violence through counseling, education, and advocacy!

Hosted by: The USCG Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program, in collaboration with C.A.R.A. The Coalition Against Rape and Abuse.

USCG Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program

More Information:
C.A.R.A Martina Singleton 609-522-6489
Coast Guard SARC Marianne Bustin 609-898-6451


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CARA Displays T-shirts to Bring Awareness to Domestic Violence

COURT HOUSE - In observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Coalition Against Rape and Abuse (CARA) has set up a display on the second floor of Atlantic Cape Community College to bring attention to this very serious issue.

The display includes t-shirts featuring art created by clients of CARA and their children, as well as a table with brochures explaining domestic violence, what people should be aware of, and how victims of domestic abuse can get help and support.

A mannequin, whom CARA has named “Sarah,” stands by the table, her arm in a sling, her wrist and eye bandaged, her shirt bearing phrases of verbal abuse. “Sarah” represents the victims of domestic violence but also the importance of becoming knowledgeable about the issue.

By Erin Haskell, Cape May County Herald
     
     
 
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