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March Against Child Abuse [Updated]

Post event:

We were to live stream a few of the speakers earlier today.  Here’s the video, sorry it’s a little shaky.

Speaker Video

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Updates Details:

The March Against Child Abuse April 22, 2013 Tulsa, OK (facebook) is Today at the Plaza in front of the Tulsa County Court House.

  • 11 a.m. March Begins
  • 12:15 p.m. Speakers: Tulsa Mayor, District Attorney, Survivors of Abuse, child abuse experts, and survivors.
  • 3:30 p.m. Activities for children – face painting, jupiter jump, bubbles, coloring
  • 5:00 p.m. Closing remarks
  • 6:00 p.m. March ends

Come any time between 11 am and 6 pm and stay as long as you can. We will meet in the Plaza in front of the Tulsa County Court House. There will be bottles of water, goodie bags for partipants, and local t-shirts for the first 100 people who registered.

(You do not have to be registered to attend!)

Between 12:00 and 1:30 we will have speakers including a child abuse survivor, family members of a victim, the District Attorney, a Tulsa Police Detective, an expert on child abuse, and the Mayor of Tulsa!

At 3:30 there will be activities for children like face painting, coloring, and games.

The Parent Child Center is proud to be participating in the March Against Child Abuse on Monday April 22nd.

For the first time in American history on April 22, 2013, individuals in over 150 cities and 45 states will join together in national walks to raise awareness of child abuse and crimes against children. Participating cities include Washington D.C., Tulsa, Chicago, Atlanta, Boston, Phoenix, Los Angeles, and Charlotte, along with many others. We are asking all citizens to participate. In Tulsa, we plan to rally in front of the Tulsa County Court House on the Plaza. We will have speakers, signs, marchers, and other activities planned throughout the day.

This is a nationwide effort to unite all child advocates for peaceful demonstrations against child abuse and neglect. We seek to educate the public about this epidemic in hopes that more people will be persuaded to take a stand for the needs of children and prevent further tragedies.

You can find more info on the march on facebook.

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