Tuesday, 14 January 2014

I Am Not My Face - An Initiative by Atijeevan

"I am not my face " It's an initiative by ATIJEEVAN FOUNDATION to show urban women showing solidarity to acid attack survivors and also to send a message to people who objectify women based on their physical attributes. By blackening their faces women send a dual message to survivors that we understand your pain and also symbolize that we are ashamed to live in a society where women are objectified. A society where the "Face" is seen as a mode to settle scores. Our message is simple "You can take my face, not my identity"


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