There were 345 flags in Park Square on Thursday, with each one representing a new local victim of domestic and sexual violence.
The Elizabeth Freeman Center placed one flag per new disclosure of sexual or domestic violence in 2018. The flags, coupled with a rally in the city's center, were intended to demonstrate the issue and the services the center provides.
After of years living under Pol Pot's reign in Cambodia, Sopheap Nhim's family knew they had to get out.
In the fall of 1979, they made their break. Four adults and five children found themselves on the shore of the United States, just as so many other immigrants had throughout the history of this country.