South Carolina has thousands of untested rape kits. These kits languish on the shelves due to lack of funds for processing them. This means that many rapists roam free and many victims will never see justice. Join us as we honor Women’s Health Month by saying “enough.”
Fireforge will be serving a special justice beer as part of their Cask of Kindness program. All sales from this cask will go to the Julie Valentine Center in Greenville, SC.
The center works with victims of sexual assault and local law enforcement to clear the backlog of these kits. So, if you like great beer and/or hate people getting away with rape – join us.
Upstate News Headlines
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- Update on a woman who disappeared three years ago in the Upstate
- Pickens Co. schools get USDA grant to boost digital & distance learning in rural areas
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- New body-worn equipment for Greenville Police aimed at use of force incidents