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Teal tree lit for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

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The Revere Police Department, in conjunction with Saheli, lit a teal tree for Sexual Assault Awareness Month outside Revere City Hall on Tuesday afternoon. City officials, along with members of the community were in attendance.

Revere Police Chief David Callahan thanked everyone for joining forces.
Members of Saheli, pictured from left to right: Deepali Gulati, Renu Tewarie, Romila Sadasivan and Raxa Patel.
Police Chief David Callahan signed a pair of denim to remember survivors during Tuesday’s sexual assault awareness event outside of City Hall.
Among those pictured were: Lt. John Azzari, Captain Michelle Mangino, Gladys Agneta, Chantal Ragucci, Police Chief David Callahan and Josh Miller.
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Saheli Executive Director Renu Gulati welcomed everyone to the event.
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Pictured from left to right: State Rep. Jeff Turco, Northeast Metro Tech Vocational member Anthony Caggiano, Councillor-At-Large/Mayoral Candidate Gerry Visconti, State Rep. Jessica Giannino, School Committee member John Kingston and Council President Patrick Keefe.
Revere Police Dept. Victim Witness Advocate Gladys Agneta also works with CAPIC.

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