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"What Were You Wearing?" Display from RESTORE

"What Were You Wearing?" is a sexual assault survivor art installation. The installation challenges rape myths and provides an opportunity for participants to understand that an act of sexual assault never has anything to do with what someone was wearing... or not wearing.

The outfits shown in the display were inspired by submissions by local college students about what they were wearing when they were assaulted.

RESTORE is displaying "What Were You Wearing?" at the Brighton Campus April 22nd - April 24th near the Mercer Art Gallery. The display will be at the Downtown Campus in the 2nd floor lounge April 29th - May 1st.

Contact Shelby Gallaro at with any questions.

Some individuals may find this display triggering and in light of this, Kathleen, an advocate from RESTORE will be on site and available 4/23 from 12:30pm - 3:30pm and 4/30 from 12:30 - 3:30pm. Information about resources will be on site. In addition, individuals have access to information and resources 24/7 via 24/7, RESTORE's 24-hour hotline, and MCC Public Safety via the MCC Guardian app.

MCC Personal Counseling Services are available at:

- Brighton: Counseling Center at 585-292-2140 or room 3-103

- Downtown: Counseling Services at 585-685-6002 or room 310

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Gallaro, Shelby
Student Rights and Responsibilities/Title IX