Daily News: It isn’t easy to run in high heels
Photo courtesy of the Wahpeton Daily News
By Matthew Liedke
A group of male North Dakota State College of Science students used duct tape to lace up ladies’ shoes to raise awareness as part of the “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event.
A release from the Three Rivers Crisis Center explained that the 11th annual event has “men running today who volunteered to take a public stand against violence toward women.”
“It speaks volumes about how much the men on campus are willing to be a part of raising awareness,” said Kathy Mauch, campus advocate for Three Rivers Crisis Center.
NDSCS President John Richman attended the event and said, “It’s nice to see young men acknowledge the need to address the violence going on and for them to help bring that awareness.”
Multiple teams participated in the event, including students from residence life, Student Senate and athletic programs.
It isn’t easy to run in high heels.
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