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Uploaded on Jan 30, 2011
It was an honor to be a judge and one of final counters of the votes for this very cultural and traditional event. This boost confidence in our young women and build their self esteem. Please support events such as this. We were able to continue spreading the message of "Break the silence, say no to Domestic Violence." We want our communities to enjoy these events, then go home to our families and not end up abusing them as a result of alcohol consumption or other social and economical pressures. It is great to see this crowd having a good time in a safe way.
Our message is this: It takes a country to embrace change It takes a neighbor to answer a call for help It takes a friend to hold the hand of a victim who is being abused It takes a family to lend support It starts with a victim breaking the silence and saying no to violence
Our message to a victim: When you have no more strength, we will be your strength When you have been silenced, we will be your voice When you have been made to feel worthless, we will transform you into a priceless gem
Sukree Boodram, Author of Breakout; Surviving Abuse and Alcholism, This is my story Dianne Madray, IMRARC in Cane Grove and Mental Health Professional Stella Ramsaroop, Kaeiteur News Report/Stella Says Varshanie Singh, Kids First Fund
"Break the Silence, Say no to Domestic Violence" It's time for change. Peace and happiness to all