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RED TENT COLLABORATIVE

SAVE THE DATE: October 5th, 2019

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Local artists come together to amplify the voices of survivors to bring awareness to and further the cause of Red Tent Initiative: Survivors and allies creating a culture of empowerment to end abuse and exploitation.

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Red Tent Collaborative 2018

“Life is a rollercoaster, full of ups and downs. Hold on tight and enjoy the ride.” – Kimberly Campbell

Red Tent Collaborative 2017

“My art is my story. There are several things that I’ve experienced, survived from. My style is already there and I just sort of incorporated their stories and then created the paintings based on that.” – Betsy Bohrer

Inside the Red Tent

Alison Foley-Rothrock is the founder of the Red Tent Initiative in Lakeland, a grassroots movement led by survivors to end domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Alison’s goal is to “educate the community, push for societal change and to lend a hand to those who are still in the victim stage of becoming survivors." Every year, on March 31, the Rent Tent collaborates with local artists and activists to host a community event to raise awareness and funds by sharing the personal stories of survivors using visual art, music, theater, poetry, dance, and storytelling. Organizers encourage you to keep the conversation going year-round and contribute to the cause by visiting www.redtentinitiative.org.#ICantKeepQuiet #SexualAssaultAwarenessMonthFeatured artists and activists:Betsy Bohrer Robyn Wilson Patience Elett Stefan Dolbashian Molly Ahler Ashley Newsome Melanie Parker Goodrich K.D. O'Hair Chad Gaffney Dining for Women Lena Barnes Anisette Mayer Patricia Kenoly Will Forever MeLynda Rinker Amber Miller Grubb FrediDANCE Project Jennie Ellis Tracie Carley Nancy LangKimberly Campbell Wyant Red Tent Collaborative 2017

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Red Tent Collaborative 2016

“You see, I love people’s stories. And I believe in the depth of my soul that every story matters.” – Jennie Ellis

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