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One group hit the streets, in kickoff child abuse prevention month.

One group hit the streets, in kickoff child abuse prevention month.

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ANNA-- People from all ages gathered at Anna Jonesboro Community High School to bring awareness to child abuse and neglect; their determination marching them down the street. 

Signs in their hands reading — End Child Abuse— and Be A Voice For Chang--  advocates hoping this march on Monday will help do just that. 

Many of them wearing blue they say, as a symbol of a happy childhood all kids need to have.  Event directors say it's events like this march, that help spread awareness about what is right and wrong. 

Ginger Meyer, Event Director said, "It's important to understand that parenthood is very difficult and it's very stressful." 

If you need to report child abuse or neglect you can do so by calling agents at this number; 1-800-25-ABUSE 

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