There were t-shirts with moving messages painted by victims of child and domestic abuse. And there were also 481 figures hanging in the building.
The figures represent the amount of child abuse victims and witnesses interviewed last year in Madison County.
'Child abuse is a problem in this community- that if everyone is aware of it we have services to intervene before it happens and we have help for those children who have been victims or who have witnessed domestic violence,' said judge Barb Crowder, one of the event organizers.
The event was put on by the Third Judicial Circuit Family Violence Prevention Council in Madison County. Crowder is the judge in that circuit.