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Local Organization, University Raising Awareness For Sexual Assault

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Posted: April 1, 2014

Daily News-Record

Photographs such as this one will be on display from April 11-26 at Larkin Arts as part of the Collins Center’s 18th Annual Sexual Violence Awareness Art Exhibit. This picture was taken in mid-February, when Project Unbreakable — a group that’s featured more than 3,000 images of sexual assault survivors holding posters displaying quotes from their attackers — came to the James Madison University campus. (Photo by Courtesy Photo)
Event organizer and Collins Center family advocate Rhoda Miller poses near “The Hands of Pain” photo manipulation (right) by Sarah on April 11, 2013. (Photo by Michael Reilly / DN-R, File)
During last year’s exhibit, the untitled work above by Cindy Minter was displayed. This year, the Collins Center’s 18th annual Sexual Violence Awareness Art Exhibit will be hosted at Larkin Arts. (Photo by Michael Reilly / DN-R, File)

The Collins Center has been hosting its Sexual Violence Awareness Art Exhibit for nearly two decades now, but the counseling center, located in downtown Harrisonburg, avoids keeping the event...



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