What: The second annual walk across the Brooklyn Bridge in support of child sex abuse survivors.
When: Sunday, June 4 at 11:00 AM EDT
Where: The walk will begin from Brooklyn and end at City Hall with an open mic for victims to share their stories. Followed by a vigil for all those who have been hurt.
While some progress has been made, survivors still not sure that kids’ safety is a priority
Priest who took the Fifth when questioned under oath is still in a position of authority
Many members of Allegation Review Board still working for diocese, including one who handles reports of child sexual abuse
Promised website listing of the credibly accused is woefully inadequate
Meanwhile, the Catholic Church continues to lobby against SOL reform, shutting the doors of justice to child victims and preventing additional predators from being exposed
Holding signs and childhood photos, clergy sex abuse survivors and their supporters will:
--Recap progress made by the Altoona-Johnstown diocese on the first anniversary of the grand jury report;
--Point out work that the diocese has yet to do to ensure the safety of its children;