The event, which was free, was sponsored by Regions Bank, ASU's VAWP and the University's Title IX Office.
ASU President Quinton T. Ross Jr. said contrary to popular opinion, human trafficking and stalking occur in the U.S. as well as in other countries, and it’s a growing problem.
To show how it should be done, Ross mounted the male bike and read informational tidbits on the topics, but not before he donated $20 to the cause.
Addressing the crowd was a representative from U.S. Sen. Doug Jones’ Office in Huntsville, Rick Tate.
Montgomery Circuit Court Judge Brooke Reid told the crowd by the time a domestic violence case is before her there is always a victim involved.
“If we can focus on prevention and what we can do to raise awareness, we come one step closer in the fight,” said Reid.
According to Cheryl Lang, director of VAWP, stalking is also a growing problem.
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