"See Red" Exhibit on FSU's Campus

By: Jill Chandler Email
By: Jill Chandler Email

A batterer awareness display in Florida State's main library is turning heads on its opening day.

The "See Red" campaign raises awareness about the issues surrounding domestic violence, and the fact that one in four women is abused by a partner at some point in her life. The traveling display was created to motivate people to recognize the warning signs of abuse and to speak out.

Kisha Wilkinson told her story at the opening day. She said, "It's necessary for me to share what I've gone through. In hopes that some women that are going through this, or even a man, that is doing this to a woman, or a woman doing this to a man will gain something from it. And just take a look at themselves and get some help because there's help out there. It's not incurable."

The exhibit will be on display at FSU's Strozier Library through April 14th.

For more information on the "See Red" campaign click on the link below.

http://stopseeingred.net/


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  • by Anonymous Location: TLH on Mar 23, 2011 at 10:00 AM
    Good job FSU! More awareness is needed for all domestic violence issues.
  • by Cecil Location: Tallahassee on Mar 22, 2011 at 08:11 PM
    It is wrong to beat or intimidate another because you have the ability to do so. FSU's support is great in this cause,but they are in that same spirit going after the Highschools about their logos.
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