• FOUR HUNDRED STORIES STITCH TOGETHER MASSIVE PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION AT OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITOL ABOUT VIOLENCE AGAINST NATIVE WOMEN

    FORCE and the Native Alliance Against Violence are hosting this event to bring attention to the state of violence against Native women and reconnect survivors to community. The public is invited to join on April 2 at the Oklahoma State Capitol Building first-floor rotunda (2300 N. Lincoln Boulevard)

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  • Job Posting: National Outreach Consultant

    The Monument Quilt Outreach consultant will be responsible for extending the reach of the Monument Quilt by identifying leaders, coordinating quilt workshops, and generally getting more people involved with the quilt.<br />

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  • Quilt and Documentary Highlight Rape Survivors’ Stories at Sundance Film Festival

    Quilt and Documentary Highlight Rape Survivors’ Stories at Sundance Film Festival

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  • Make a quilt square for #MarissaAlexander trial and protest

    Marissa Alexander is a survivor of domestic violence who is facing 60 years in prison for defending herself against her abusive husband. The #MonumentQuilt will be on display at her trial in protest of her prosecution in partnership with the #FreeMarissa Now Campaign.

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  • Senators Blumenthal and Murphy To Speak At First Ever Monument To Survivors Of Rape and Abuse

    Connecticut Senators Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy will speak Tuesday at the first-ever public monument to survivors of rape and abuse. On students’ first day of fall semester Tuesday, The Monument Quilt will be on display to create healing space for survivors.

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