Now You See
A Celebration of Courageous Kids
Many survivors of childhood abuse do not tell anyone about what is happening to them. They may feel isolated, ashamed or resigned to endure their situation.
Now You See encourages people of all ages to speak and be assured that they are not alone.
The Now You See exhibit seeks to empower survivors to talk about their experiences and to be proud of their resilience and strength. Most importantly, these photos and words help us all move beyond the silence and secrecy that so often surrounds and enables child abuse.
About Now You See The Now You See collection is a growing photographic exhibit featuring the eyes of children, adult survivors and families who have been affected by sexual and physical abuse and exploitation.
Each image in the series is paired with the words of the survivor.
In 2012, “Sara” became the first child photographed for Now You See. Now, as a young adult, she is a speaker at Bravery Celebrations and a role model for others. More than one hundred survivors have been photographed at the Children’s Advocacy Center, in waiting rooms, courthouses, hospitals, and their homes.