A year ago, we unveiled the “What Were You Wearing?” clothing exhibit, featuring outfits from 13 sexual assault survivors from plain-dressing backgrounds. Today, we’d like to share the video version of this display. Trigger warning that this may be disturbing/triggering for discussion of sexual abuse. Photography by Daniel Horst Photography
Hope Anne Dueck joined with several other members of the cast of Sins of the Amish to discuss the show and next steps going forward. Watch the discussion below! Sins of the Amish is streaming through Peacock TV.
The series follows the stories of several survivors as they attempt to find justice and healing. It shows the obstacles they face and the opposition they encounter, not only from their perpetrators and the justice system, but also their own communities, friends, and relatives.
A few fun facts about “Sins of the Amish” and my role in it.
A Better Way is committed to continuing to partner with Safe Communities and our speakers to bring much needed awareness and information to Lancaster County.
On Saturday, March 4, Hope Anne Dueck, along Mary Byler and Ruth Ann Brubaker, attended the Amish Abuse Awareness Conference in Middlefield, OH.
We are thrilled to be able to offer two new resources for education on sexual abuse, especially geared toward Amish and Plain communities.