SHARP Month

Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month kicked-off March 31 with a teal ribbon tying competition on the Presidio of Monterey.  Students from the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center tied the teal ribbons throughout the post to show their support for SAAPM.  The DLIFLC mascot, Lingo, also came to show his support. (Photo by Amber K. Whittington) Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month kicked-off March 31 with a teal ribbon tying competition on the Presidio of Monterey.  Students from the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center tied the teal ribbons throughout the post to show their support for SAAPM.  The DLIFLC mascot, Lingo, also came to show his support. (Photo by Amber K. Whittington) Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month kicked-off March 31 with a teal ribbon tying competition on the Presidio of Monterey.  Students from the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center tied the teal ribbons throughout the post to show their support for SAAPM.  SPC Claudia Napier and PV2 John Wells tie their teams ribbons onto the bell outside the U.S. Navy CIDU Monterey Headquarters. (Photo by Amber K. Whittington) Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month kicked-off March 31 with a teal ribbon tying competition on the Presidio of Monterey.  Students from the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center tied the teal ribbons throughout the post to show their support for SAAPM.  SPC Claudia Napier and PV2 John Wells tie their teams ribbons onto the bell outside the U.S. Navy CIDU Monterey Headquarters. (Photo by Amber K. Whittington) Lingo sits next to a message of support  for the Presidio of Monterey Chalkwalk on April 11. (Photo by Amber K. Whittington) Airman Basic Tanner Reeh writes a message of support in Korean for the Presidio of Monterey Chalkwalk on April 11. (Photo by Amber K. Whittington) Patrick Bray writes a message of support, in Korean, for the Presidio of Monterey Chalkwalk on April 11. (Photo by Amber K. Whittington) Sgt. Raymond Lopez writes a message of support  for the Presidio of Monterey Chalkwalk on April 11. (Photo by Amber K. Whittington) The Clothesline Project for the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center and the Presidio of Monterey took place at the Tin Barn on the Presidio April 13. Captain Monica Maresh helped in decorating shirts with a message and image to display as awareness art against sexual violence. The Clothesline Project started in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in 1990 to give survivors of sexual violence an opportunity to share how this taboo topic affected their life. The goal was to create a visual “in your face” display. Since then, the project has expanded to become a way for anyone to share a message about the impact of sexual violence and to support survivors. (Photo by Amber K. Whittington) The Clothesline Project for the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center and the Presidio of Monterey took place at the Tin Barn on the Presidio April 13. Participants decorated shirts with a message or image they choose and displayed as awareness art against sexual violence. The Clothesline Project started in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in 1990 to give survivors of sexual violence an opportunity to share how this taboo topic affected their life. The goal was to create a visual “in your face” display. Since then, the project has expanded to become a way for anyone to share a message about the impact of sexual violence and to support survivors. (Photo by Amber K. Whittington) The Clothesline Project for the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center and the Presidio of Monterey took place at the Tin Barn on the Presidio April 13. Participants decorated shirts with a message or image they choose and displayed as awareness art against sexual violence. The Clothesline Project started in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in 1990 to give survivors of sexual violence an opportunity to share how this taboo topic affected their life. The goal was to create a visual “in your face” display. Since then, the project has expanded to become a way for anyone to share a message about the impact of sexual violence and to support survivors. (Photo by Amber K. Whittington) The Army and Navy came to the Presidio of Monterey PX on Monday, April 18 to write messages of support during the Chalk Walk event for Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month. (Photo by Patrick Bray)
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The Clothesline Project for the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center and the Presidio of Monterey took place at the Tin Barn on the Presidio April 13. Captain Monica Maresh helped in decorating shirts with a message and image to display as awareness art against sexual violence. The Clothesline Project started in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in 1990 to give survivors of sexual violence an opportunity to share how this taboo topic affected their life. The goal was to create a visual “in your face” display. Since then, the project has expanded to become a way for anyone to share a message about the impact of sexual violence and to support survivors. (Photo by Amber K. Whittington)


Posted Date: 21 April 2016