Vineyard Men Stand Tall Against Domestic Violence
Holly Pretsky

Island men stood atop the Beach Road sea wall in Vineyard Haven Saturday morning for the seventh annual demonstration against domestic violence.

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Domestic Violence Awareness Walk Has Added Emphasis
Holly Pretsky

More than 60 Islanders turned out for the annual sexual assault awareness walk in Oak Bluffs Saturday morning.

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Women Hold Center Stage at The Vagina Monologues
Holly Pretsky
Sunday night's performance of The Vagina Monologues at the Old Whaling Church brought in a packed house and drew thunderous applause.
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Raising Domestic Violence Awareness One Step at a Time
Louisa Hufstader

More than 30 people and their pets took part in Saturday’s Domestic Violence Awareness Walk from Edgartown’s Park and Ride to the harborfront and back.

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Domestic Violence Awareness Walk
Connect to End Violence will host their annual Domestic Violence Awareness walk on Saturday, Oct. 8.
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Clothes to Go Event

Clothes to Go and Connect to End Violence are hosting an afternoon of new clothes selection and tasty treats.

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Walk for Awareness

Connect to End Violence sponsors its annual Domestic Violence Awareness Walk on Saturday, Oct. 18, with registration beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the Edgartown Park & Ride lot.

For more information, call 508-684-8074.

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Hearts on the Wall; Men Connect With Harsh Reality for Women
Alison L. Mead
For three hours on Saturday Connect to End Violence staff, volunteers and Island men participated in the annual seawall demonstration, which aims to raise awareness about violence against women.
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Standing on the Seawall
CONNECT to end violence, a program of Martha’s Vineyard Community Services, holds its Annual Seawall Event, a men’s initiative, on Saturday, July 19, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Walk Honors Victims of Sexual Assault
Olivia Hull

A passionate band of Islanders took to the streets of Oak Bluffs Sunday in honor of victims of sexual assault.

Bearing signs and wearing teal blue T-shirts that read, “I Walk Because I Care,” the group of about 30 walked two miles along Beach Road in honor of the survivors in their lives.

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