By Albor Ruiz
New York Daily News
Domestic violence is a despicable crime. And an increasing number of concerned Brooklyn residents have decided to do something about it.
This Saturday at noon, hundreds of them are expected to join the Central Brooklyn AntiViolence Coalition in a march against this terrible scourge. It will start at Borough Hall in Brooklyn and end at City Hall in Manhattan.
"We have been dealing with the issue of violent crime, all kinds of violent crime, for a long time," said activist Taharka Robinson, founder of the Central Brooklyn Anti-Violence Coalition.
"Domestic violence is a crime that happens every day, and that's what this march is all about."
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