Group launches domestic violence awareness campaign in BK, city

BROOKLYN - The Urban Justice Center is launching a campaign in an effort to end domestic violence in Brooklyn and the city.The Domestic Violence Project is aimed at raising awareness about domestic abuse among young adults. Two clinics will be held at the SUNY Brooklyn Educational Opportunity Center on Monday and Tuesday.News 12 Brooklyn will also host its annual domestic violence forum called "Diva Talk" on Wednesday, October 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. Related Information Urban Justice Center Mayor's Office to Combat Domestic Violence

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