A public information fair aimed at preventing domestic violence will take place April 10 on Campanile Walkway.
An act of domestic violence takes place every nine seconds in the United States.
As part of National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, San Diego State University's first annual “These Hands Don’t Hurt” violence awareness and prevention fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., April 10, on Campanile Walkway.
SDSU students, faculty and staff are invited to help raise awareness and prevention of intimate partner violence.
The event is free and open to the public.
“These Hands Don’t Hurt” aims to increase awareness and understanding of all forms of violence through education, community engagement and empowering individuals to overcome violent situations.
Features of the fair include:
- Life-saving advice for friends and family
- Possible job/volunteer opportunities
- Support for violence victims
For more information, visit These Hands Don't Hurt.