Laura Finley Guest Columnist October was Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Dwarfed by the enormous outpouring for breast cancer awareness month, it receives attention largely from survivors, advocates and activists. But
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE A vigil tried to shine a light on the violence that happens behind closed doors on Wednesday, Oct. 5, to commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
(pictured above: Motivational speaker and consultant Kendra Davis.) Kendra Davis will speak at the Rural Hall Branch Library’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month program on Saturday, Oct. 11. The program will
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Daughter’s death pushes woman to push for end to domestic violence Vernetta Cockerham is one of the countless faces