Protest something important, not Café Hon

December 20, 2010

My only reaction in response to today's article about the protest at Café Hon ("Demonstrators protest 'Hon' trademark," Dec. 20) is wondering where are these protestors and their outrage over real issues of life and death, such as standing up to child abuse, which ends over 2,500 lives a year? Where is their outrage over that? I respect their constitutional right to assemble, but get angry over something of real importance. You protestors are welcome to join us anytime you are ready to make your voices heard about keeping children safe.

Adam Rosenberg, Baltimore

The writer is executive director of the Baltimore Child Abuse Center.

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