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Community Event Highlights: “This is What Justice Looks Like” Collage Workshop, Hope House

On February 1282_small1th, as part of the One Billion Rising campaign, Hope House sponsored a “This is What Justice Looks Like” Collage Workshop in Sauk Prairie, repeated that night in Prairie du Sac.

Materials were provided by SoulCollage®, a group that facilitates the creation of collage cards designed to intuitively answer life’s questions and participate in self-discovery. SoulCollage® facilitator Genevieve Kirchman explained how the collages are about listening to your heart and thinking what justice could look like as it relates to violence against women and girls. Participants took about an hour to look through magazine clippings and put together their collages, and with approval were then scanned into a slideshow to be played at another One Billion Rising event at UW-Baraboo two days later. Jess Kaehny of Hope House said: “I think it helped women to feel connected to other women, to their community, to something larger than themselves.”

Kaehny recommends visiting the One Billion Rising website,, for great ideas and resources. At the Media Downloads page, you can view the Break the Chain music video, choreography for learning the Break the Chain dance, the Man Prayer, as well as last year’s campaign.

Thank you to Jess Kaehny at Hope House for the information on this event. For more information on Hope House’s events, visit

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