White Ribbon Day: Public says ‘enough’

Latji Latji elder Aunty Janine Wilson and Aunty Charlie Davis, both of Mildura, take their handwritten message to the Mildura Arts Centre fountain garden as part of yesterday’s White Ribbon Day walk. The walk attracted about 400 people.  Picture: Louise Donges

Latji Latji elder Aunty Janine Wilson and Aunty Charlie Davis, both of Mildura, take their handwritten message to the Mildura Arts Centre fountain garden as part of yesterday’s White Ribbon Day walk. The walk attracted about 400 people. Picture: Louise Donges

ABOUT 400 people walked as one to raise awareness of violence against women in support of White Ribbon Australia yesterday.

Mildura Rural City Council’s corporate general manager Chris Parham welcomed the participants before the walk began from Langtree Mall at noon.

“Enough is enough – we need to stand up as one and speak up against domestic violence,” he said.

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