Survivor Love Letter: Button Making Workshop
This year the Survivor Love Letter Campaign is making buttons to commemorate supporting survivors of sexual violence. Join us to create art and images of support and care. Everyone is welcome, and no prior experience is necessary.
This workshop is hosted by students Logan Brisson and Kendra Varga with professional support from MRU Wellness.
Survivor Love Letter messages show survivors that they are believed, supported, and loved, some of the healing journey’s most critical and essential pieces. The movement allows survivors of sexual assault and their allies to celebrate their lives in a meaningful and creative way publicly.
The Survivor Love Letter movement was started by Tani Ikeda, survivor and activist, in 2012 on the anniversary of her sexual assault, where she penned a letter to her younger self in which she ended with “this is my survivor love letter.”