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Program advocates for young abuse victims

8:43 AM, Apr. 19, 2013
Program tells stories of assault victims
Program tells stories of assault victims: Four actors give monologues telling real stories of sexual assault during Unheard voices: Speaking out against sexual violence, a presentation at De Pere High School.
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Some of the tracings show broken hearts. One has just the question: "Why?"

The words, on a quilt displayed Thursday inside an auditorium at De Pere High School, carry messages from more than 100 survivors of sexual assault and abuse in Northeastern Wisconsin. The messages accompany tracings of each victim's hand. The smallest hand is that of an 18-month-old.

Despite a push to reduce child abuse in Brown County, sexual abuse of minors continues to challenge prosecutors and advocates. Brown County District Attorney David Lasee said his office charges someone with sexual assault at the rate ...

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