LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – With households being residence collectively, communities throughout Kentucky have reported a rise in home violence and little one abuse throughout the pandemic.
A group group that gives companies, assist and outreach for victims held a day of enjoyable and kickball Saturday to lift consciousness of the rising downside.
Myron and Rivva Williams, the chief administrators of the Rhema Phrase Basis, know one thing in regards to the situation. They misplaced a baby to abuse in 2004.
“I consider some individuals have change into numb to the scenario as a result of it’s occurring so usually. But it surely’s not OK so we wish to carry that to the forefront that abuse or home violence isn’t OK,” Rivva Williams mentioned throughout the occasion held at Kirklevington Park in Lexington.
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