• We are all in this together

    Partner with us to help more survivors speak their truth

The Speak Your Truth Initiative is a collaborative, virtual, participatory social arts initiative that provides a personal connection to gender-based violence.

During the course of the year, our single artwork in photomosaic form will be populated with thousands of submissions including photographs, video, art and voices of compassion from survivors and their allies.
We are looking for partners to collaborate with including domestic violence shelters, colleges, national and international aid programs and violence prevention programs across the world.



We want to continue to amplify the wisdom and hope that is a result of engaging in our postcard program, provide education and resources about GBV and offer an opportunity for anyone to personally connect with an issue that can often seem overwhelming, in a positive and empowering way.

Ways to get involved

Share Our Mosaic Platform

Share Our Mosaic Platform

Simply start by sharing our platform. The photomosaic is free and accessible to anyone with an internet connection. All languages are welcome and we encourage participation by a wide representation of people who are affected by GBV.

Share Your Work

Share Your Work

We are featuring a different issue within the gender-based violence spectrum in the photomosaic each month. Our website will feature news, art and political actions throughout the world and highlight an inspired cross-section of contributors.



Educators are encouraged to use our interactive platform to inform and personally connect students to the issue of gender-based violence. Share our mosaic platform with your students and book an online Traveling Postcard™ workshop over Zoom.

Request Postcards

Request Postcards

We send our postcards to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, sex trafficking, and political sexual violence. If your aid agency, shelter or campus would like postcards sent to you, please contact us.

Partial list of organizations who have participated in our programs

Amherst College

BAWAR, Oakland, CA

Bradley Angle, Portland

Center for Domestic Peace

Community Violence Solutions,CA

Daraja Academy


Grissom Air Reserve Base



In Movement: Art For Social Change


Juniata College

La Casa de las Madres

Montana Women’s Coalition

Meridian Health Foundation

Mutual Ground


Norwalk Community College

Our Voice, Asheville, NC

SafePlace, Austin TX



S.A.F.E. House

Saint Louis University

ST. Olaf College

Saint Mary’s College

Self Help Center, Casper WY

Shiseido Americas

Soroptimist International

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

STAND! For Families free of Violence

University of Virginia

University of Richmond

University of South Carolina

Verity, Santa Rosa CA


Webster College

Western Carolina University

White Buffalo Calf Woman Society

Women for Afghan Women

YWCA Berkeley

YWCA Resolve Family Abuse Program

YWCA Salt Lake City

YWCA Clark County


Contact Us


Amy Little,MSW,LCSW 

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator/Behavioral Health Support Coordinator / 434th Air Refueling Wing, Grissom, ARB

I have had the privilege of seeing the strength and resiliency of so many survivors – I am encouraged that leaders, helpers and healers were able to touch on their strength and resilience and witness the transformative power of art to discover insights about themselves. I strongly believe that when we are connected with ourselves, we are much more able to genuinely connect with others. I am still pretty blown away in general with the Traveling Postcards workshops, everyone grows and everyone matters.