Group walks in silence so others don't have to
As a way to fight back against Domestic Violence, many came out on Thursday evening to join in on a silent walk to show victims that it's okay to take a step forward against the problem that takes on a variety of forms.
"A lot of people think domestic violence is just physical abuse, that there has to be markings but it can be physical, it can be emotional, financial, sexual. Anything of that manner is domestic violence," said Liberty House Bilingual Advocate Patricia Phillips.
Representatives say domestic violence can happen to anyone and they want victims to know there are options out there, such as shelters and programs that can help.