Two dozen people—including a couple of men—turned out for the Community Glow Walk to End the Silence, hosted by the Zonta Club of Findlay, USA, District 5.
The club has participated in the downtown walk every year since 2012. Club Advocacy chairwoman Karen Flanagan said in years past, the event has been a “silent walk,” with participants symbolically placing orange tape across their mouths to indicate domestic violence and human trafficking victims’ lack of a voice.
This year, though, in light of women across the country speaking out against sexual harassment, the club opted to “be the voice, as opposed to being silent,” Flanagan said.
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