Aaron has gone to great lengths this year to remind you that Walk A Mile In Her Shoes is coming up this Sunday to help benefit Crisis Services Advocate Program. So much so that he tried to take over the WYRK Studio to spread his message.
Three years ago Melissa Dohme was the victim of a horrible crime. She was stabbed 32 times by her boyfriend at the time. The man that came across her body that night was Cameron Hill. He said she was so drenched in blood "you couldn't tell she was blond."
I was able to participate once again in the nationwide walk to bring awareness to gender violence, sexual assault, and rape this past weekend. It's called Walk A Mile In Her Shoes and it was to benefit Crisis Services here in Buffalo. It was a great time and a huge success!
Walk A Mile In Her Shoes is almost here! We are just a few days away from this international awareness walk that is trying to put an end to domestic violence, sexual assault, and rape. Brett Alan will be walking once again and he's looking for your support!