Harvard Class of 2014 supports survivors!

At Harvard's 2014 commencement, graduating seniors wore red tape on their mortarboards to stand in solidarity with survivors and to celebrate the activism in the Class of '14. Thanks to everyone who made our demonstration such a great success! 

Did you miss it? Check out http://www.ourharvard14.com/#about 

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And this picture in the Boston Globe print edition! 

Like many graduates, Pearl Bhatnagar decorated her mortar board with a piece of red tape as part of a protest against sexual assault on campus. She is part of the group Our Harvard Can Do Better. According to their website, Our Harvard Can Do Better advocates for a broadly intersectional, inclusive, survivor-centric, Title IX compliant approach to combating sexual assault and rape culture on campus. Bhatnagar was at the Harvard commencement in the Tercentenary Theatre of Harvard Yard. (Photo by Lane Turner/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

Like many graduates, Pearl Bhatnagar decorated her mortar board with a piece of red tape as part of a protest against sexual assault on campus. She is part of the group Our Harvard Can Do Better. According to their website, Our Harvard Can Do Better advocates for a broadly intersectional, inclusive, survivor-centric, Title IX compliant approach to combating sexual assault and rape culture on campus. Bhatnagar was at the Harvard commencement in the Tercentenary Theatre of Harvard Yard. (Photo by Lane Turner/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)