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Shedding a light on domestic violence

12:36 PM, Jun. 13, 2013
A lantern has been placed next to the Violence Intervention Project sign in Algoma to commemorate women who have been killed in domestic violence incidents.
A lantern has been placed next to the Violence Intervention Project sign in Algoma to commemorate women who have been killed in domestic violence incidents.
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The Violence Intervention Project has placed a lantern outside the main office at 1405 Division St. in Algoma to commemorate victims whom have lost their lives to domestic violence. This was inspired by the tragedy of two lives recently lost to domestic violence in Northeastern Wisconsin.

The lantern will be lit for a period of one week following each domestic violence related homicide that occurs throughout the state of Wisconsin. The Violence Intervention Project will utilize the lantern to create community awareness. Information will be available on Violence Intervention ...

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