The Susan B. Anthony Project is sponsoring an event called “Take back the night” to help spread awareness and take a stand against sexual violence. Statistically, 1 in 5 Connecticut residents are sexually assaulted in their lifetime.
You are urged to join as we unite in support of survivors of sexual violence at a gathering in the Arts and Sciences Building on the Northwestern Connecticut Community College campus this coming Tuesday, April 18, at 6:30pm The following displays will be shown in recognition and support of survivors:
Faces of Survival – A photo exhibition of victims/survivors who have chosen to break the silence and their the story of their journey.
The Clothesline Project and White Ribbon Campaign – The Clothesline Project displays T-shirts designed by survivors and the White Ribbon Campaign provides a pledge that men are invited to sign to “never committ, condone or remain silent about violence against women.”