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BARCC Bandanas for Sale

White bandana sample

Are you joining us at the Boston Women's March for America? Want to wear your BARCC pride? We're selling limited-edition BARCC bandanas for the occasion, generously created by local designer Cathy Sherwood of Pleased Made especially for BARCC! 

We have a limited quantity printed in high-quality custom colored cotton using eco-friendly ink and processes. We hope you will consider purchasing one or more to wear and keep—and help raise visibility of BARCC and our mission to end sexual violence through healing and social change! 

Colors: Purple ink on cream bandana; white ink on purple bandana; see designs below.

Cost: $10 per bandana. Cost covers production and includes a $1 donation to the Boston Women's March for America.

Availability: Limited. We only have 100 of each color so get your order in ASAP!

Order and pickup: Order your bandana online. You may pick up your bandana at our Be Hope: Activating Our Community event on January 17 (depending on online orders, bandanas may also be available for purchase at the event). You can also pick up your bandana on Thursday (January 19) or Friday (January 20) at our offices at 99 Bishop Allen Drive, in Central Square, Cambridge, between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. 

Questions? E-mail community [at]

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Jessica L. Atcheson
As BARCC’s marketing and communications manager, Jessica L. Atcheson leads strategies to advance BARCC’s mission and raise its organizational profile. She develops, implements, and evaluates strategic communications initiatives in a variety of online and offline channels.Prior to joining BARCC, Jessica served as the writer and editor at the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, an international human rights nonprofit. She began her career in nonprofit communications at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, where she worked as associate editor. She has also earned a bachelor’s degree in English with a minor in communication studies from Hamilton College, studied at Oxford University, and served as a survivor advocate through the AmeriCorps Victim Assistance Program. She volunteers at the Network/La Red, which works to end partner abuse and support LGBQ/T survivors.

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