TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Washburn University students joined the call this week to say "no more" to abuse.
Students made signs and took photos Monday for the "No More" campaign. It was part of the the Topeka YWCA's "Week Without Violence" activities.
The campaign urges people to take action to end sexual and domestic violence, and create a violence-free world.
Activities continue at 5:30 pm Tuesday with a tree dedication and memorial outside the Jackson County Courthouse in Holton. The annual March to End Domestic Violence is at noon Friday. It walks from the Statehouse to the YWCA building at SW 12th and Van Buren.
You can find a complete list of Topeka's Week Without Violence activities at the YWCA's web site.
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