On October 6, 2017 we launched the 5th Annual Silent Witness Project at the Bentonville Square along with our partners. The event included public remarks from Bentonville Mayor Bob McCaslin and a Proclamation against Domestic Violence by Nathan Smith, Benton County Prosecuting Attorney.

Thanks to the following partners who chose to take a stand against domestic violence by hosting one of the red, life-sized silhouettes representing the 31 Arkansans who died as a result of domestic abuse in 2016 at their businesses and agencies during the month of October:

  • Atlanta Bread Company, Rogers
  • Bee Well Yoga
  • Bella Vista Police Department
  • Benton County Administration
  • Bentonville Brewing
  • Bentonville Police Department
  • Black Apple Crossing
  • Brightwater Culinary School
  • Centerton Administration
  • Core Brewery
  • Dillards, Pinnacle Hills Promenade
  • First United Methodist Church-Downtown Bentonville
  • John Brown University
  • Jones Center
  • Las Fajitas, Bella Vista
  • Northwest Arkansas Community College
  • On The Border
  • Peddler’s Pub
  • Phat Tire
  • Rogers Activity Center
  • Rogers District Court
  • Rogers Heritage High School
  • Rogers High School
  • Rogers New Tech High School
  • Rogers Police Department
  • Sam’s Club, Bentonville
  • Santos Chiropractic
  • Two25 Gallery & Wine Bar
  • Yoga Gypsy

 

Check out the following hashtags on social media to see more from Silent Witness:

#NoMoreNWA
#SilentWitnessInitiative

Download the flyer:
Silent Witness Flyer

Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter began the Silent Witness Project in 2013. The annual event, which coincides with Domestic Violence Awareness Month, is modeled from the Silent Witness National Initiative.