Last April 16, thousands of people participated the Semicolon Movement to raise public awareness against depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide.
Project Semicolon is a faith-based non-profit movement dedicated to promote hope and compassion to those who are struggling with depression, suicide, addiction and self-injury. This movement exists to encourage, love, and give inspiration.
Show your support by drawing a semicolon on your wrist. A semicolon is used when an author could have chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to. The author represents you and the sentence is your life. Your story is not over yet.
Visit www.projectsemicolon.com for more information about this movement.
Doodle art by Leonard Christian Orense.
Video courtesy of Project Semicolon.