Brooklyn Bridge walk raises awareness of child abuse, neglect

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and the Administration for Children's Services hosted an annual walk on the Brooklyn Bridge Monday to raise awareness of child abuse and neglect.



The event was held during Child Abuse Prevention Awareness month.



The goal of the event was to spread awareness about the dangers that exist for many children across the country.



Fliers were handed out during the event to provide information about how to report child abuse and neglect, as well as the best ways to keep children safe.



 



 


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