About The Event
Esperanza Dance Project, a Tucson-based non-profit organization committed to using dance to eradicate stigma, secrecy and shame associated with surviving childhood sexual violence, will host the Tucson chapter of the One Billion Rising Flash Mob on Valentines Day. This event will be held on the University of Arizona Main Campus just East of Old Main on the grassy area/Mall. 1200 E University Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85721 on Monday February 14th, 2022. We will gather at 4PM. This event is free and open to the public. Please wear a mask and abide by social distancing protocols. Optionally you can wear a white, pink, red, or black shirt. There will be extras available at the venue. We will begin with time for community members to share poems, personal statements/experiences facilitating a safe, healing space to collectively resist against global sexual violence. Following this time we will perform the flashmob "Break the Chain" and end with a call to action.
About The Organization
Esperanza Dance Project
The Esperanza Dance Project is a community-based collaboration that uses a multimedia dance performance to educate about the issue of childhood sexual violence and deliver a message of hope, strength and empowerment. Our mission is to eradicate stigma, secrecy and shame associated with surviving childhood sexual violence. The Esperanza Dance Project's vision is that all high school students in Arizona learn to recognize warning signs associated with sexual abuse, feel comfortable discussing it openly and compassionately, and become familiar with local resources for support.
Upload a photo taken at this event