Gallery: Say No More Initiative

Chancellor Patrick Gallagher responds to recent allegation about sexual harassment and discrimination that might have taken place more than a decade ago in Pitt's communications department.

The Allegheny County Courthouse was filled with figures with stories of domestic abuse on them. Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore
Sally Wiggin, who has appeared on WTAE, Emceed the public pledge. Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore
Reverend Liddy Barlow, Executive Minister of the Christian Associates of Southwestern Pennsylvania, pledges to say no more because “Jesus has taught us to ‘love one another as I have loved you.'” Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore
Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore
Chancellor Patrick Gallagher responds to recent allegation about sexual harassment and discrimination that might have taken place more than a decade ago in Pitt’s communications department.more
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, said, “it is time to reflect and make sure we say no more.” Kate Koenig | Visual Editor more
Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore
President of the Heinz Endowment, Grant Oliphant, called up Kristy Trautmann, Executive Director of the FISA Foundation. Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore
Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore
Alison Hall, Executive Director of Pittsburgh Action Against Rape, shared a story about a first-year college student who was sexually assaulted at a college party. Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore
Elio Wade, a battering intervention specialist at Family Services of Western Pennsylvania, introduces the Mentors for Violence Prevention cohort. Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore
Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore
Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore
Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore
Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore
Kristy Trautmann and Patrick Gallagher pose for a picture. Kate Koenig | Visual Editor more
After the speakers, business and civic leaders publicly signed the pledge. Kate Koenig | Visual Editormore

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