April 1-April 8, 2019 at the Harmony House
The #SurvivorLoveLetter mural is a physical prayer to remind every survivor that not only are you believed, not only are you supported; you are loved. This project was started by artist Tani Ikeda as a way to share messages of self-love and to honor survivors of sexual assault, while facilitating conversation about how survivors are healing themselves and their communities. From April 1-April 10th, queer artists of color Tani Ikeda from the Survivor Love Letter Project and muralist Jessica Sabogal will be in residence with IDA to facilitate the co-creation of a public mural honoring survivors and their healing practices. #SurvivorLoveLetter is in partnership with the Stanford SARA Office, Women's Community Center, and Queer Student Resources.
Monday, April 1
Survivor Love Letter Writing Workshop7:00pm-9:00pm, Harmony House
As the artists embark on their work, Tani Ikeda will host a community Survivor Love Letter Writing Workshop. Survivors will be invited to write love letters to themselves, centering topics of self care and healing practices. Dessert and hot chocolate will be provided, and support from Stanford’s Confidential Support Team will be available to all participants.