Men Stopping Violence (MSV) joined several statewide organizations and other community partners at today’s 11th annual End Violence Against Women Day at the Georgia State Capital.
Langston Walker, coordinator of MSV’s Community Restoration Program, spoke about men’s role in ending violence against women.
“Now is the time for men to rise up and stand with women to help end the suffering millions feel because of domestic violence and sexual assault. Now is the time for men to challenge and encourage other men to be better while striving to be better ourselves,” he said.
Georgia Commission on Family Violence, the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and the Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault – along with Caminar Latino, MSV and Raksha.