Dress up as Red Riding Hood this Halloween and take a stand against domestic violence and intimate partner abuse.
We can make our voices heard without saying a word. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and, of course, the month of Halloween and dressing up like witches, goblins, superheroes, cartoon characters, movie characters, and just about anything we can express wearing a costume. I thought I’d help make the decision of what to wear this Halloween a little easier for all of us.
Men and women who have been victims of or who know someone who has been a victim of domestic violence or intimate partner abuse can help increase awareness just by wearing a red cape with a hood, similar to the one in the image provided.
Related article: Domestic Violence and the Red Riding Hood Project
WASHINGTON, August 17, 2012—National Domestic Violence Awareness month is October, less than six weeks away. October is also, of course, the month of Halloween. Neighborhood stores are already displaying bags of candy corn, costumes, and treat bags.
The decision of what to “go as” is quickly approaching.
This Halloween, dress up as Red Riding Hood. Who doesn’t know the story of Red Riding hood? Read the rest of the article now.