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Sexual assault survivors are still “Unbreakable”

Posted by Tom Megginson | 19-06-2012 19:43 | Category: Violence



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Back in February, Reuben introduced us to Project Unbreakable. It’s an online gallery on Tumblr, started last fall by a 19-year-old photographer, Grace Brown, who photographs sexual assault survivors holding signs with quotes from their attackers.

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I had forgotten about the project (which I feel bad about) until Gwen Sharp blogged it today at Sociological Images.

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If you can handle the roller coaster of anger, defiance, disgust and empathy, the site is definitely worth another visit. Many more.


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This is an amazing idea! Truly something that inspired me today. A great way ti cope with things like this. Really who ever started this project was a Genius!!

Posted by Cynthia | 29-12-2012 04:31



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