Help bring visibility to Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) and show support for survivors by wearing teal on April 13!
In 2000, sexual violence coalitions across the country voted to designate the color teal as the official color of Sexual Assault Awareness Month and the teal ribbon was adopted as a symbol of awareness and prevention. Teal is associated with trust, devotion, and healing.
By wearing teal, participants help raise awareness for sexual violence prevention, the importance of consent, and show support for survivors.
Post about Wear Teal Day on social media using the hashtag #WeWearTealKY
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