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D&G Goes Purple for Domestic Violence Awareness

Thursday, Oct 19, 2017

D&G attorneys and staff wore purple today in an effort to draw attention to the issue of domestic violence. "Wear Purple Day" is an initiative of New York State's Shine the Light of Domestic Violence Campaign - an effort coordinated by the state Office for the Prevention on Domestic Violence. Now marking its 10th year, the campaign promotes the use of the color purple – long associated with domestic violence awareness – in creative ways throughout October to raise awareness of the issue and efforts to combat domestic violence.

Photo by: Nicole Smith.

Victims of domestic violence and sexual assault can seek help 24 hours a day by calling New York State’s toll-free hotline: 1-800-942-6906, English & español/multi-language accessibility. Deaf or Hard of Hearing individuals, dial: 711.

For more information and for a list of resources available to victims, please visit the websites of NYS Coalition Against Domestic Violence (www.nyscadv.org); the NYS Office of Victim Services (www.ovs.ny.gov) and The Legal Project (www.legalproject.org).