We have been conducting research, documenting cases and developing visual material for advocacy and public awareness, for the prevention of sexual violence. In December 2018, we undertook a two month journey, the Dignity March, with 5000 survivors of rape and their families. Crossing 24 states and 200 districts, the march intended to challenge the social silence and sanction of rape, that frequently leads to survivor shaming and lack of judicial and social accountability. In narrating their experiences and struggles across diverse platforms, survivors took the opportunity to articulate their experience of violence on their own terms and to encourage other survivors to come forward. We accompanied the women on this journey, and documented it in the form of short videos, a report and an exhibition.