Religious Leaders Look to End Domestic Violence in Community

By: Eyewitness News Email
By: Eyewitness News Email

Tallahassee, Florida - April 17, 2012 -

Religious leaders are looking for ways to help end domestic violence in our community.

WCTV's Shonda Knight was at Bethel AME Church in Tallahassee where she emceed the panel's discussion.

1 out every four women in the united states will be a victim of domestic violence. And when the partner who is supposed to love them, abuses them, the victim may turn to the spiritual leader for guidance. That's why the Domestic Violence Coordinating Council put together today's panel discussion.

Click on the video player above to see our live interview with Michelle Johnson with DVCC.

About a dozen ministers from various religious backgrounds participated in today's discussion. The hope is that they will spread the word in their churches and communities to help end abuse.

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