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Denim Day Marks 20 Years Of Raising Sexual Assault Awareness

Denim Day
Denim Day

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and today is Denim Day.  These designations are designed to increase awareness about sexual assault and the societal behaviors and perceptions that must be changed.  Safehouse Centerexecutive director Barbara Niess-May joins WEMU's David Fair to discuss what Denim Day has accomplished and what still needs to be done. 

Barbara Niess-May, executive director of SafeHouse Center in Washtenaw County


SafeHouse Center

About Denim Day

"Survivor Speak Out" Event

If you are in need of immediate assistance as the result of sexual assault or domestic violence, call 9-1-1.

Safehouse Center 24/7 Help Line: (734) 995-5444

Downloadable "Survivors of Domestic Violence Handbook"

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