'Denim Day' marks solidarity with abuse survivors

Many Brooklyn residents will be wearing denim clothes to support survivors of sexual assault and dating violence for "Denim Day."The movement began in Italy after

BROOKLYN - Many Brooklyn residents will be wearing denim clothes to support survivors of sexual assault and dating violence for "Denim Day."

The movement began in Italy after a judge ruled that because a victim of rape helped her assailant remove her jeans; she participated in consensual sex.

Students will perform a youth poetry slam and speakout at Borough Hall starting at 3:30 p.m.

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