Share Your Post Secret to Raise Awareness About Interpersonal Violence

Monday, April 8 2013

The Power Project, a collaboration of students and Violence Prevention staff, has placed drop boxes on campus and in the community for Post Secret cards that tell your story of personal experience with sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking or child abuse -- or simply your thoughts regarding it.

The cards will be displayed on the Speak Out wall in the Teaching Learning Center the last two weeks of April and will be integrated into an ongoing display of Post Secret cards, with new cards added each year. Last year's cards will be displayed in a slideshow at The Power Project, KUOI & ASUI Present: Speak Out Art and Music Festival on Friday, April 26 at the 1912 Center in Moscow.

Online University of Idaho community members who wish to submit a card can type or draw and scan, then email or just type and send in a Word document, to Virginia Solan at If you are in Moscow, you can pick up and/or submit your card at Einstein's, the Info Desk and the Women's Center on campus and the Food Co-op, One World Cafe or Bookpeople downtown. Cards must be submitted by April 19.

If you are interested in learning more about our work to change the culture at the University of Idaho and inspire bystanders and survivors alike, check out Facebook at and Twitter feed is uipowerproject.