Safe Passage “Day of Unity” Press Conference – October 1, 2016

HOLLYWOOD & HIGHLAND CENTER 6801 Hollywood Blvd. #201 Los Angeles, CA 90028

In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month L.A. Community Leaders Gather to Celebrate Survivors and Agencies Working to End the Violence

When: October 1, 2016 at 4:00pm – 5:30pm safe-passage-speaker-ron-galperin
(Cocktail Reception Following Press Conference)

Where: SWEET! Hollywood
HOLLYWOOD & HIGHLAND CENTER
6801 Hollywood Blvd. #201
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Who:  

  • Ron Galperin, LA City Controller
  • Veera Mahajan, Author of “Unreported” #1 International Best Seller
  • Torrance Brannon Reese, Founder of FAMLI, Inc.
  • La Leona, #1 Hispanic Radio & TV Host for Univision
  • Actress Kim Hawthorne in OWN’s hit new series GREENLEAF
  • Actor Christopher Sean in Days of our Lives & Hawaii Five O

What:  Celebration of survivors, agencies & people that work to end domestic violence. Honoring Sergio Petrina and Michael Bernstein for their contribution.
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Press Attending CBS2/KCAL9, KTLA5, Malibu Chronicle Magazine, Univision34, Media One Entertainment and celebrities to be confirmed.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) evolved from the “Day of Unity” held October 1981 and conceived by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The intent was to connect advocates across the nations who are working to end violence against woman and their children. The “Day of Unity” soon became an entire week devoted to a range of activities conducted at the local, state, and national level. Los Angeles leaders and community members are hard at work to stop the cycle of abuse, and are taking this opportunity to share the work in progress, successes, and to raise awareness.  

Photo opportunities on Purple Carpet. Cocktails and Appetizers proceeding press conference.

trish-steele-mediaone-photoPlease contact trish@safepassageheals.org to be added to media list for press conference. Accepting donations for your attendance. Limited seating available.

Please RSVP to 818-232-7476 or www.safepassageheals.org

Safe Passage provides hope, opportunity, pride and empowerment to abused women and their children, leading them to a new and better life. Services include health and nutrition classes, counseling, medical checkups, reconstructive surgery, self defense classes, job and computer training, transportation, activities and mentorships for children, beauty counseling, and residential guidance and supplies. www.safepassageheals.org

 

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