Survivor Love Letter is a movement for survivors of sexual assault and their allies to publicly celebrate their lives. It was started by filmmaker and activist, Tani Ikeda in 2012 on the anniversary of her rape where she penned a letter to her younger self that ended with the words: “this is my survivor love letter.”
We are hosting a virtual empowerment workshop throughout the whole month of July!
This workshop will be open to survivors and their allies!
Your letter could be a poem, a personal monologue, a letter, a song, or whatever comes to mind. Write a love letter to yourself, another sexual assault survivor, or in honor of a loved one who is a survivor. If you do not wish to share your name, feel free to send them through any of our social medias or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.