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Saturday, August 8, 2020

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Rape awareness, setting off on the right foot

Joyce Morgan

My hat’s off to you both of the articles you wrote: “When ‘NO!’ isn’t enough” and “Walk a mile in her shoes.” I have taken part in both events and I thank you for being aware enough of how important these issues are.

The public needs to be more aware of just how prevalent the issue of rape is and how it not only affects its victims and their families, but the surrounding communities as well.

I completed the addiction studies program here for drug and alcohol counseling and the issue of rape and abuse were big topics throughout the course.

Job well done. Thanks again and keep up the good work.

Sincerely,

Joyce Morgan
 

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