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She is an alumna of Drew University.
National Projects & Campaigns
You-Are-Loved Chalk Message Project
Dugan was best known at Drew University for writing the words, "You are Loved" in sidewalk chalk. She began doing this in 2005 after a coping with a series of tragic events. After her graduation, Dugan launched the You-Are-Loved Chalk Message Project as a national suicide prevention awareness campaign for LGBTQ college students. The project was a recognized, annual event observed by universities across America.
A common theme throughout Dugan's activism has been connecting one's passions with the greater good. In 2009, she unveiled Dreams Untitled. Dreams Untitled is a national suicide prevention awareness campaign that uses artwork to create "visions of hope for the future."
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