This Friday at 5 p.m., Korean American Family Service Center (KAFSC) is hosting its 20th annual Silent March against Domestic Violence in Flushing.
The “Break the Silence, End the Violence” march will begin at the 109th Precinct, located at 37-05 Union Street. The march will conclude at Flushing Library, located at 41-17 Main Street, where a press conference and rally will ensue.
More than 30 community organizations will participate in the silent march.
“KASFC is very excited to celebrate the past 20 years of our movement against domestic violence to mark an important milestone with our beloved community,” said Bomsinae Kim, KAFSC’s executive director.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
KAFSC is also launching its “31 Days of Action” social media campaign during the month and post photos of march participants holding up signs expressing why they break the silence.