OCTOBER 28, 2017
Domestic Violence Awareness
The last weekend for Domestic Violence Awareness Month was a very busy one for me. I was honored to be a part of so many powerful and uplifting events:
7:30 AM - I participated in the Maryland National Capital Park Police Domestic Violence Walk/Run, at Watkins Regional Park. This event raised money for the Prince George's Hospital's Sexual Assault Unit.
1:00 PM - I was a panelist for a Stop Domestic Violence Program, at the Oxon Hill Library.
4:00 PM - I was one of the guest speakers at the Frowns 2 Smiles Domestic Violence "Determined to be Free" fundraiser dinner. This event raised money for housing for women that are leaving violent situations.
8:30 PM - I spoke with the youth about bullying at the Class Act Bowling Fundraiser. The money raised went to Class Act to support their efforts to mentor our young people.