This April during Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we are excited to bring Survivor Love Letter to UNLV as part of their national campus tour!
Survivor Love Letter is a movement for survivors of sexual assault and their loved ones to publicly celebrate their lives. It was started by filmmaker and activist, Tani Ikeda in 2012 on the anniversary of her sexual assault where she penned a letter to her younger self that ended with the words: “this is my survivor love letter.”
Since then, #SurvivorLoveLetter has rippled out and become a hashtag, a letter writing campaign, a national mural project, and a viral social movement. These letters have immersed thousands of survivors with the message that they are not alone.
This year, Survivor Love Letter is coming to UNLV and hosting a letter writing workshop, live performance workshop and monumental augmented reality mural that will celebrate one of the world’s most beloved sexual assault survivor leaders.
On April 8-10th, join us in letting the survivors of UNLV know that not only are they believed, not only are they supported, they are loved.