Before the rise of the #meetoo movement, in 2012, photographer Grace Brown began Project Unbreakable featuring people she personally knew who were sexually assaulted.
However, the project quickly became a movement that now includes well over 2000 sexual assault survivors from around the country holding signs inscribed with qoutes from their abusers. Brown describes her work as “healing through art.”
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Here are just a few of the gut-wrenching photos.
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You can also find them on Facebook, Tumblr, or Twitter. For about submitting your photo, visit the site.
Here’s a video about the project.
Images from Project Unbreakable’s Tumblr