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In order to add richness to the Silent Witness International project This web site was designed to share visual ideas, feature individual work, add interest and validate the old cliché of “a picture is worth a thousand words.” 

This page includes national and international web pages that feature pictures of production, set up, display and media coverage of their exhibit. If you have a web site set up with pictures please email a web page address with a short description of your project to .

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THE NEWS-TIMES -DANBURY- Thirteen silhouettes represent Connecticut women and unknown women killed last year in acts of domestic violence that life-size paper dolls are making the rounds of Danbury and Connecticut. With one picture.
The Chicago North Shore Section of National Council of Jewish women (NCJW) is the founder and coordinator of the Illinois Silent Witness Exhibit, a powerful display of red life-size female silhouettes. Each bears a plaque telling the story of an Illinois woman who lost her life through domestic violence. The display conveys a powerful message of tragedy and loss. With one picture.
Break the Silence-Stop the Violence Harford County produced by the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Harford county -Victims Murdered by Intimate Partners in Harford County, Maryland. With pictures of production, set up and display. 
Peace at Home is a human rights agency dedicated to stopping domestic violence. We seek to do this by heightening public awareness about the national emergency of domestic violence, implementing education and intervention programs, and organizing community response and involvement. Our programs and social change initiatives embrace the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a standard for human interaction in our society. Several Pictures.
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Depicts the original display in Montana. The 37 figures were constructed as a part of the silent witness program, to signify the number of women killed in the domestic violence disputes in Montana since 1990. A black and white picture is very powerful.

North Carolina
North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCCADV)
Produced the Silent Witnesses of NC Domestic Violence victims and encourage communities to borrow them for events around the state throughout the year.  3 pictures
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