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|Society & You - Social Critic|
|Saturday, 24 March 2012 11:03|
Grace Brown, a student at the School of Visual Arts in New York, was so moved by the horrific descriptions of sexual abuse of a victim, who last October began a photography project called Project Unbreakable [Project Indestructible, in]. The idea of Grace is to use photography to help survivors heal, asking them to write one sentence of his attacker in a photograph holding the poster and writing. Victims can send the images themselves or can request the project to the shooting. The images are then posted on a blog on Tumblr, which are being replicated by many, thus spreading the awareness.
"]The blogger and a spokeswoman Amy Phillips writes in the Washington Times [en]:
Sending anonymous user. Image courtesy of Project Unbreakable. [It reads: "'Out, before ensucies my room', then he raped me and I cut with a knife"
"]On March 3, 2012 Grace was at Union Station in Washington, DC [in], 10 am to 5 pm, to take pictures of people who have been sexually abused.
Sending anonymous user Unbreakable Project. [It reads: "April 16, 2011. 'Relax ... why can not you enjoy it?' -PhD student in Physics "