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Denim Day at City Hall this Wednesday 

For Immediate Release:
April 22, 2024
(Jackson, Miss.) – Each year in April, Denim Day raises awareness of all forms of sexual violence at the local, national, and International level. The day also sets a standard of support for survivors and provides a foundation for solidarity through a simple message: there is no reason for sexual assault, not even the type of clothes a person wears. The day calls for everyone to wear denim to show support for victims and survivors of sexual harassment, abuse, assault, and rape.
The City of Jackson’s Office for Violence Prevention and Trauma Recovery invites the public to help us increase awareness and change misconceptions about sexual violence. The event will showcase guest speakers and recognize several local organizations for their hard work in the community to prevent violence.
WHO:          Office for Violence Prevention and Trauma Recovery
WHAT:         Denim Day (Sexual violence awareness)
WHEN:        11 a.m. Wednesday, April 24
WHERE:      Jackson City Hall Garden
                     219 S. President St.
                     Jackson, MS
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