EAST LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - An exhibit made in collaboration with the Survivors of Larry Nassar's abuse will open to the public Tuesday.
"Finding Our Voice: Sister Survivors Speak" is at the Michigan State museum.
The exhibit is inspired by the teal ribbons that were tied around campus last spring.
It aims to chronicle the Survivors' continuing struggle to call public attention to sexual violence, and to promote dignity, healing, and positive transformation.
Some of the features of the exhibit include a wall of 505 tiles honoring the known Survivors of Nassar.
There is also a timeline that covers three decades of the abuse.
The exhibit will run through March 2020.