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Excerpt: In an effort to better prepare women who may find themselves in a unsafe situation, Quinn, Koslowitz and state Sen. Toby Stavisky (D-Flushing) have partnered with the Center for Anti-Violence Education to hold a free self-defense class.
“This is probably the third or fourth class we’ve held in Queens and as more and more reports of rape and attempted rape come out, we want to make sure girls and women know how to protect themselves, how to use their voice and how to do everything they can to stay safe,” Quinn said.