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April 18-19, 2014
Fire Historical and Cultural Arts Collaborative
A multi-modal creative movement, art, writing, film, photography, storytelling experience that focuses on the surviving and thriving of adult survivors of sexual abuse. The performance includes work from Melissa Dey Hasbrook, Denise Miller, and Laura Sprague.

Fire Historical and Cultural Arts Collaborative held a screening on March 29, 2013 of Secret Survivors: Using Theater to Break the Silence to bring awareness to one of the most under-reported crimes in America, child sexual assault.

Click here for a radio feature on WMUK about the Secret Survivors project.

FIRE Mission Statement
Fire ‘s mission is to encourage and respond to people's desire for authentic expression. We believe that social and cultural awareness generates and sustains social justice. We design our youth development programming to help youth and young adults cultivate the leadership, self-discipline, self-confidence and self-esteem necessary to lead positive and productive lives. We understand that education and participation in the arts and culture contributes to the healthy development of young people, their families and communities.

Return to Secret Survivors National Initiative page.