We would not have been able to complete this project without the help of our community. While some are mentioned elsewhere on the website, we wanted to dedicate a space just to thanking the people who helped us along the way!
So, a heartfelt thank you to
The survivors who shared with us. We are honored that you trusted us with your stories. We hope we did them justice. You introduced us to a powerful and loving community that inspires us daily. This is for you.
Barbra Graber. Thank you for helping us reach more survivors. Your help was vital for this project. Also, thank you for your work with the Anabaptist Mennonite chapter of SNAP Survivors Network and the Mennonite Abuse Prevention List. Your hard work and dedication have made it possible for survivors to find justice, support, and community.
Jerry Holsopple and Matt Tibbles. As our advisors on this project, your expertise and understanding were necessary at every stage of this process. Thank you for your guidance!
Steve Angello. Your mixing work is truly astounding.
Rachel Holderman. You helped make our giant dream a reality. We couldn't have done it without your construction help.
Anali North Martin. Thank you for donating your time and emotional energy into reading a story for our audio.
Aaron Horst. You walked with us on this journey from begining to end. Thank you for processing with us, laughing with us, staying up late with us, traveling to The Netherlands with us, and cleaning our kitchen.
Joseph Harder. Our pictures are fantastic!
Trina Trotter Nussbaum. Your expertise on secondary trauma gave us words to explain our experiences and strategies to cope.
Eastern Mennonite University Counceling Services. Thank you for the free counceling!
Our friends and family. We needed your support a lot this spring, and you did not disappoint. Thank you for giving us grace, and for drinking tea with us.