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Compass Center Featured on WHUP Radio’s 3-D News in Hillsborough

On Thursday, Oct. 5, Cordelia Heaney, Executive Director of Compass Center for Women and Families, appeared on WHUP 104.7  radio in Hillsborough to talk about Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Heaney and 3-D News Host Bob Burton, aka “Mr. B,”  discussed local resources for victims of domestic abuse and the many educational and fundraising events taking place this month to raise awareness about domestic violence.  Heaney encouraged listeners to attend the month’s premier event— a screening of the film “Five Awake” on Oct. 23, 6 p.m., a the Varsity Theatre in Chapel Hill. The free event is followed by a panel discussion featuring state and national leaders in domestic violence advocacy.

“Our goal is to talk about the status of domestic violence in North Carolina and to talk about how ordinary people can get engaged with advocacy and legislative activity,” said Heaney. “We can all do our part to end domestic violence.”

A recording of  the interview is available on WHUP’s 3-D News page   beginning at the 25:40 mark.

For a full listing of Compass Center’s educational and fundraising events in October, visit the DVAM 2017 section of the website. 

Cordelia Heaney, Executive Director of Compass Center for Women and Families, at WHUP’s studio in Hillsborough with 3-D News Host “Mr. B.”


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