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Monday, June 16, 2008

Proclamation Day to Stop Child Sexual Abuse.

I found the blog entry below. It's the Proclamation Day to Stop Child Sexual Abuse. I think every city should have a day like this. I don't think that it would do much good, because the problems are so much more ingrained than that, but it would be a nice start.
http://www.toronto.ca/proclamations/2007/proclamation_stopchildsexabuse2007.htm
I don't think the these efforts will stop this, anymore then exposing Priests and what they were doing has stopped children from being abused by the churches. In fact all that happened is that it's now harder to prosecute these people because of new law instituted by Rome. (There is a great video on youtube that talks about this, which I won't post here.)
I don't think these efforts will stop this anymore than the franklin coverup's stopped International Child Pedophile rings run by people in positions of power and authority. All it did was show the lengths that people will go to, to protect the system. In the end the children who came forward were the only ones to suffer, and the abusers all rose to higher positions of authority. It also taught anyone wanting to come forward the price that they would have to be willing to pay.
http://educate-yourself.org/cn/franklincoverupexcerpt.shtml
I think all we can try to do is make parents and others aware of some of the evils that are in the world, and then at least they might have a fighting chance. I think the following initiative is a good one and should be enacted in every city across the globe, even though I don't think it will get the world to where they want to be, I think it's a good start.
http://storywordspics.blogspot.com/
[quote]Monday, June 16, 2008Photos: Proclamation Day to Stop Child Sexual Abuse
June 16th marks the official Proclamation Day in Toronto to Stop Child Sexual Abuse.
Youth Out Loud met at Nathan Phillips Square to honour the children and youth no longer with us and to lay a wreathe and teddy bears in their memory in the area designated the "speakers corner" of Nathan Phillips Square.
They had signs and bracelets to raise awareness about this horrible crime perpetrated against our children and youth.

"Child sexual abuse is a pervasive form of violence that continues to be an invisible issue," said Joanne Vannicola, director and founder of Youth Out Loud.
"As difficult as it is to think about, child sexual abuse IS an epidemic. At least one in three girls and one in five boys will be sexually abused before the age of eighteen. We need to find a way to break this cycle of violence and protect our youth. We intend to keep making our presence known and to fight for those who cannot fight for themselves." [/quote]
http://johnb.smugmug.com/gallery/5185654_9qNXH#314405826_tERHq

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