Calling all CSA survivors and allies
How to join in
Wear zebra print or black and white clothing. You could wear zebra socks, earrings, badges or anything else. Be as bold or discreet as you feel.
Please remember that this design is open to be used by others and leave it as you found it (i.e. please delete your image before you leave Canva and please don't change the design). If you would like to make changes to the design please first click on the "duplicate page" icon and make any design changes to the duplicate only, which will leave the original unchanged. Please remember to delete the duplicate before you leave Canva. Happy designing!
BUT zebras are brilliant and we think they are a potent image to celebrate CSA survival because:
Spread the word
If you feel safe to please help us spread the word - everyone can join in to stand in solidarity with the CSA survivor community - talk to your friends and colleagues and tell them how to get involved by wearing and sharing zebra.
* Radford, L. et al (2011) Child abuse and neglect in the UK today NSPCC
** The Report of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), 2022.
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