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Walk a mile in her shoes
Men of all ages line up before the start of the race.

On a bright Saturday afternoon, Aug. 22, more than 35 men and dozens of supporters registered at Victory Tabernacle Church to "walk a mile in her shoes"- literally. They ran and walked a mile in high heels to raise funds and bring awareness to domestic violence and sexual exploitation of women and children.

This was the second annual walk organized by 4Sarah, a non-profit that ministers to women and girls in the adult entertainment industry.

Speaker Kaffie McCullough, of the non-profit Future Not a Past, reminded attendees that the first step to finding the end to such problems was to stop thinking of them as someone else's problems. "It’s not that it could be me, its that it is me," she said.

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