Atlanta artist Jessica Caldas, 29, marks an X on the BeltLine in Atlanta. She does this every 107 seconds to show the frequency of sexual abuse.
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Atlanta artist Jessica Caldas, 29, marks an X on the BeltLine in Atlanta. She does this every 107 seconds to show the frequency of sexual abuse.

Every 107 seconds from now, someone will be sexually assaulted in the U.S, according to federal data analyzed by the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network. Atlanta artist Jessica Caldas is getting beyond the numbers and statistics by taking to the city's streets with a piece of chalk and an important message. She marks the ground with an X every 107 seconds to represent those affected by sexual violence.
"The basic goal of the project is to honor all of these victims. I mean to me 107 seconds is dismal." Atlanta artist Jessica Caldas

You can find a full gallery of Jessica's #every107seconds project here.