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COLUMBUS, Ind. — Seventy men stood on the steps of Columbus City Hall last October to publicly take a stand against domestic violence. Event organizers hope to at least double that number this year.
The Domestic Violence Action Team is partnering with Turning Point Domestic Violence Services for the second annual "Men Take a Stand," 12:10 to 12:50 p.m. Tuesday in front of Columbus City Hall.
Men Take a Stand marks the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month with activities to highlight the need for community support for victims and agencies that provide services and support.
Please read Monday's edition of The Republic for more information.
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