Center For A Non Violent Community will be honoring a new survivor every season to shine a light and show that healing is possible.
Survivor: Scott Sunday
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
The 1 Blue String campaign was launched during April’s Sonora Second Saturday Art Night as a means of bringing awareness about male survivors of sexual assault. Musicians were featured throughout the shops and the guitarists were asked to place one blue E string on their guitars as a show of solidarity for male survivors of sexual assault. One in six men has experienced sexual assault or abuse in their lifetime.
The first week of April was also National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. Prevent Child Abuse Tuolumne County hosted a luncheon to honor several people in the community that are dedicating themselves to helping victims/survivors of crime. As part of the event, they also featured a guest speaker, a survivor by the name of Scott Sunday.
Scott gave a moving speech and read aloud the letter he penned to the doctor who started The Bristlecone Project. Click here to read Scott’s letter.
We stand with all survivors. Healing is possible. Help is out there.