Survivors of childhood sexual abuse have been shown solidarity with the re-boot of the LOUD Fence

Madeline Link
Updated September 29 2016 - 10:10am, first published September 16 2016 - 3:41pm
LOUD: The fence banner that reads 'No More Silence' aims to raise awareness for survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Photo: Madeline Link
LOUD: The fence banner that reads 'No More Silence' aims to raise awareness for survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Photo: Madeline Link

RIBBONS were tied to the Armidale LOUD Fence in a show of solidarity for survivors of childhood sexual abuse on Thursday afternoon.

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Madeline Link

Madeline Link

Journalist

Madeline Link is a journalist at the Newcastle Herald, with a focus on Lake Macquarie City Council. To keep up with my stories, follow my Twitter @madeline_link, for tips email madeline.link@newcastleherald.com.au.

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