NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – On Sunday’s edition of Eye On New York, CBS 2’s Dana Tyler sat down with the founder of Project Unbreakable, a new awareness campaign that features victims of sexual assault.
Founder Grace Brown photographs the victims holding a sign with a quote from their attacker.READ MORE: MTA Says It's Prepared To Deal With Subway Flooding, As Commuters Encouraged To Use Mass Transit
She said the poignant campaign is empowering for those who choose to take part.
Then, Tyler spoke with Maria Bailey of Mom Talk Radio for back-to-school shopping tips.
CBS 2 has been tracking the progress of the Wild Bird Fund, the only wildlife rehabilitation facility in New York City.
They help nurse squirrels, birds and other animals back to health.
And with school getting back into session soon, it means fall is right around the corner.
Hollywood.com movie critic Christian Blauvelt previewed some of the big movies coming out.
Sexual Assault Survivors Take Part In ‘Project Unbreakable’READ MORE: Heavy Rain Has Queens Residents Worried About Ida Repeat: 'I'm Scared To Death'
Last-Minute Back-To-School Shopping Tips
Keeping Tabs On NYC’s Wild Bird Fund Center
Fall Movie Preview
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