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May 22nd – ‘Seeing Red’ campaign

Kempsey Families Zoom Meeting

On May 22nd Kempsey Families Inc staff held their weekly staff meeting via Zoom and participated in the ‘Seeing Red’ campaign by wearing red in a very unique and creative way.

The Seeing RED campaign involves individuals, services and groups wearing red for one day to demonstrate solidarity and support to those who have experienced violence, been victimised, silenced or shamed. The campaign is about visibility, with the colour red used as a conversation starter, designed to raise awareness on the prevalence of violence and combat myths and victim blaming.

Below are two local news stories covering the campaign.

 

Seeing red in the campaign against violence

Residents of the Hastings-Macleay region are encouraged to wear red and promote #seeingred on Wednesday 20 May to say no to violence in all relationships. The annual Seeing RED campaign is an initiative of the Mid North Coast Local Health District (MNCLHD) in collaboration with the Port Macquarie Hastings Domestic Violence Committee.

Wear red and say no to violence

The Mid North Coast Local Health District (MNCLHD) in collaboration with the Port Macquarie Hastings Domestic Violence Committee are calling on all Hastings-Macleay residents to be seen, be heard and say no to violence in all relationships, by wearing red on Wednesday, May 22.

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We are funded by the NSW Department of Communities and Justice under the Early Intervention Prevention Program and Families NSW. Engage2Change Men’s Behaviour Change Project is funded by NSW Office of Women. Speakout4kids is funded by the Benevolent Society.

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