Brooklyn Bridge walk raises awareness against child sex abuse

Brooklyn Bridge walk raises awareness against child sex abuse

Brooklyn Bridge walk raises awareness against child sex abuse (6/5/16)

BROOKLYN - Hundreds of people walked across the Brooklyn Bridge Sunday to raise awareness against sexual abuse against children.

Victims of abuse, survivors, parents, children and other supporters all united at Cadman Plaza Park for the “Walk for a Window.”

The public walk was created by abuse survivor Anna Wagner as a demonstration for children’s civil rights.

Wagner and other victims of child abuse in attendance spoke about the need to change statute of limitation laws to prosecute the perpetrators of abuse.

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