ORGANIZE VOICES, ONE BILLION RISING, CITY OF JOY
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ORGANIZE VOICES, ONE BILLION RISING, CITY OF JOY

Every year, college students and activist organizers produce V-Day campaign events in their communities. For the 2021 Season, please check out:

VOICES CAMPAIGN

Follow the campaign as it emerges on Instagram @visforvoices and voices.vday.org. Many more details to follow, we invite you to join the process.

DISMANTLE PATRIARCHY, YOUTH ART CONTEST

A contest challenging college students, ages 22 and under, to envision how they might change the larger societal system of patriarchy to create an accepting society through visual art, music, essay, story, poetry, video or photography. Submissions can be in the form of essay, poetry, music, art, photography, film, and more.

RAISE THE VIBRATION

Create an artistic piece foregrounding the voices of your community and create an online or in person event. Invite local writers, activists and artists to participate. Utilize the power of online performance and create a new space for your art and activism and support of local groups led by and for survivors.
Learn More and Sign Up at the V-Spot

ONE BILLION RISING: RISING GARDENS

Rising Gardens is a defiant creative call for revival, restoration and transformation. Gardens as a compassionate call for justice – because one of the greatest injustices of our time has been the destruction and eradication of Mother Earth, parallel to the ongoing and escalating gender-based violence.
Learn More at onebillionrising.org and Find or Plan an Event

CITY OF JOY: TURNING PAIN TO POWER

Screen the City of Joy documentary which tells the story of the first class of women at City of Joy, and chronicles the process by which such a transformational place came to be, from its origins with the women survivors themselves, to the opening of the center’s doors.
Watch the Film, Host a House Party or Screening & Spread the Word