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Beginning December 2004, students, staff, and faculty began the tradition of writing messages to be displayed on the Trees of Hope and Support. The messages represent HOPE for a society free of sexual and relationship violence and SUPPORT for those who have experienced the trauma of such violence.

In the spirit of solidarity against sexual and relationship violence, the trees decorated with messages written on teal awareness ribbons serve as reminders that it takes an entire community to rise against sexual and relationship violence and to support those who have been victimized and become the survivors. Trees are on display at three campus locations until December 15th. This year’s trees may be viewed at Mullins (near east entrance), Hillside (4th floor) and Old Main (2nd floor).

See a tree? WRITE A MESSAGE and/or TAKE A PICTURE! Tag the SRVC @uarkrespect to keep spreading hope and support!

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