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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

ADOT helps Light AZ Purple for Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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By Steve Elliott / ADOT Communications


ADOT is helping Governor Doug Ducey mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month by lighting AZ purple. The picture above is the entrance to ADOT's building at 1801 W. Jefferson St., facing a State Capitol dome that has been lit purple, the color of domestic violence awareness.

You'll also see the poster below on ADOT's social media channels.

For more information on this effort, please visit the website ItCanStop.AZ.gov. And please consider joining the social media campaign against domestic violence by following @LightAZPurple on Twitter.

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