The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Harford County held its Silent Witness Unveiling ceremony today, as the congregation uncovered 15 plywood silhouettes lined up along Churchville Road to remember Harford County victims of domestic violence. Each life-sized silhouette has a plaque to tell the name and story of each victim. Two of the 15 silhouettes are dedicated to anonymous victims, including those currently living in fear, those whose cases haven't been solved, and those whose cases haven't yet gone to trial. The UUFHC has been part of the Silent Witness National Initiative since 1990, with support from Harford Community College.
Amy Davis, Baltimore Sun
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