International Purple Hijab Day
Collective voice for domestic abuse awareness around the globe.

Source: Baitul Salaam Network, Inc.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PRLog (Press Release) - Jan 21, 2011 – Saturday, February 12 join your community in supporting the survivors of domestic violence by wearing purple (tie, kufi, scarf), etc. go with a group of friends to pray for an end to domestic abuse. Join the community of Edmonton, CA (Canada) as they hang posters at the public square in that city. Join the Atlanta, GA community on Saturday, February 12 at the Atlanta Masjid of Al-Islam, 560 Fayetteville Rd. at 3:30 pm for program featuring the voices of survivors. This program is coordinated by Muslim Men Against Domestic Violence. Contact Shyam Sriram at iwontjudgeyou@live.com.

These are just a few of the many activities planned for that day. Our goal is to provide a platform for a collective voice against domestic violence around the globe. You can join us email haleem1@aol.com or look up the event on Facebook.

This event brings many domestic violence organizations together and individuals together to show support for survivors of domestic abuse. We also celebrate the voices of those we have lost to the crimes associated with domestic abuse. Want to join us contact the International Coordinator the Baitul Salaam Network, Inc. at haleem1@aol.com.

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National Domestic Violence Awareness organization headquartered in Stone Mountain, GA. Works to assist families who are struggling economically, emotionally and spiritually due to some form of domestic abuse.

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