Project Unbreakable is a photography project aiming to give a voice to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and child abuse. Since its conception in October of 2011 by then 19 year old Grace Brown, Project Unbreakable has featured over fourth thousand photographs, both photos taken by Grace and submissions from all over the world. The photographs are of survivors holding posters with quotes from their abusers.

Originally, Project Unbreakable was supposed to stay small – the main intention was to simple create awareness – but soon it was discovered that it provides a way of healing for violences survivors.

“We want to be able to help as many people as possible. In light of Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October), we have opened Project Unbreakable up to include survivors of domestic violence.
Below are a few poignant examples of survivors quoting their attackers”

Grace Brown

Since the conception, Project Unbreakable has featured over fourth thousand photographs, both photos taken by Grace and submissions from all over the world.

Below are a few poignant examples of survivors quoting their attackers.

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