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The installations are amazing! Each room told a powerful story. The booklet is nice too because now that I am home I can reflect more on what I saw and remember each installation which is helpful as I search my own heart for a response to each topic!


One of my students entered into the mirrored enclosure and burst into tears. When I asked her what was wrong she exclaimed, "This is exactly how I feel!".


My favorite room in the exhibit was probably the video room. I really liked hearing Bella's story. It taught me a lot about her background, I didn't know what she had gone through.


I got to pray with a child, who doesn't attend Foothill, but attended the exhibit last night. His mom mentioned to me that her son is being bullied at school and would really like prayer. This is what it's all about.


Sometimes I wish my dad would just put down his phone and talk to me. Like when we watch a movie together he's always on his phone.


Just wanted to say the event was very meaningful to me. Especially the box of anxiety and depression. Hit really close to home. Thanks for doing what you're doing, I think it's really needed. Keep pushing for that stuff that is uncomfortable!


I wanted to share with you that I have a friend from college who was very shy when I friended him. He opened up about being bullied and how past instances have really stuck with him, and we have continued to stay in touch. I messaged him and invited him to go to the exhibit with me. To make a long story short, yesterday he was there and for the first time in years I heard him happy. HAPPY, just happy! Thank you for starting this movement and for helping me show him that things can change. We need to keep moving forward despite our struggles into the light.


My favorite room was the white towel room.... every single towel in there was from students who wanted to help show people what HE can do.


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