CANCELED - Help Dismantle Myths Surrounding Clothing and Sexual Assault with the “What Were You Wearing” Campaign

Posted on 3/2/2020 1:11:57 PM

The What Were You Wearing Exhibit has been CANCELED.

The Haven Project and the Fashion Merchandising program are partnering together for a second year to set up the What Were You Wearing Campaign at IUP. Survivor stories from students, faculty, staff, and the community are needed to make this campaign a success!

What Were You Wearing Campaign- Gray Shirt and Gray SweatpantsThe What Were You Wearing Campaign brings awareness to the issue of victim blaming and helps to dismantle the myths about sexual violence occurring due to what a person was wearing when the assault occurred.

Submitted stories should be short, saying what the person was wearing and a little description of what transpired before the assault. When submitting a story, please do not share names. All stories will remain anonymous.

We will gather clothing similar to the description of clothing that was provided in the stories. No actual clothing will be collected. Please visit the link below for a sample of the exhibit displayed at IUP last year.

To submit a story, please pick one of the options below:

  1. If you would like to submit it anonymously, please use the anonymous submission form

    or

  2. Please email haven-project@iup.edu.

If you have any questions, please contact the Haven Project at 724-357-3947. For more information about the Haven Project, please visit the Haven Project website.

The What Were You Wearing Exhibit will be displayed:

  • The week of March 30 through April 3, 2012 in the Humanities and Social Sciences building, first floor lobby
  • In various places across campus the following week as well (those locations to be announced soon)

IUP Daily: What Were You Wearing? Exhibit: Dismantling the Myth about Clothing and Sexual Violence

What Were You Wearing display, whole