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Only 310 days before the start of DVAM 2018...

Go Purple

This year, the Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV) challenges all of Texas to "Go Purple" and strive for a state where no woman loses her life as a result of family violence. "An iconic symbol in and of itself, the map of Texas drives much of our collective consciousness and understanding of ourselves as a state and as a people. TCFV has taken our Texas map and shaded those counties in which no fatalities occurred in the color purple. For those involved in efforts to end domestic violence, purple represents a uniting hue for the purposes of awareness and activism. White counties mark the killing of at least one woman. TCFV calls on each of us to imagine a state in which all counties (and our entire state) GO PURPLE." 

Event date: 
Sunday, 10 November 2013 - 8:00am
Event location: 


Intended audience: 
General Public
Sponsoring organization: 
Texas Council on Family Violence
Contact name: 
Maria Jose Angelelli
Contact email:
Contact telephone: 
(512) 794-1133
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