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Justice for Aliza FREE self defense class for women

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Free self defense lessons class at Partners to Empowerment Wellness Center Free self defense lessons class at Partners to Empowerment Wellness Center
BEACHWOOD, OH (WOIO) -

The Justice for Aliza campaign invites all women to join them at noon on Sunday, July 28, for a self-defense class in honor of Aliza Sherman, was brutally murdered in downtown Cleveland.

The event was organized to help give women vital knowledge and techniques that could save their lives during an attack.

The class will be taught by Master Gary Yano, 8th Degree Black Belt and State of Ohio Police Defense Certified Instructor, in conjunction with Partners To Empowerment Wellness Center.

The self-defense class will be held in the Fairmount-Richmond Room at the Beachwood Community Center located at 25325 Fairmount Boulevard in Beachwood.

Participants are asked to wear their JUSTICE FOR ALIZA t-shirts to the class. Individuals who do not yet have a JUSTICE FOR ALIZA t-shirt are asked to arrive at 11:50 a.m. to obtain a t-shirt.

The event is free of charge.

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