By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Southwest PA Says No More is launching a video series exploring the role of men in preventing domestic violence and sexual assault and harassment.
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In the “Dear Men” series, 11 men read letters from survivors of intimate partner violence or abuse. The stories tell how a viewer, either by their voice or by their presence, made a difference whether they knew it or not.
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“The Father’s Day Promise is an opportunity for more men to get involved in breaking the cycles of violence that devastate families and affect the safety and health of our communities and workplaces,” said Kristy Trautmann, founder of Southwest PA Says No More and Executive Director of the FISA Foundation in a press release.
“Most men believe this is an important issue and want to get involved, but aren’t sure what they can do to make a difference. This year we’re offering easy ways to live up to the promise and take action. “
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You can watch the series online.