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The handprint project is a way for men to join the dialogue about violence against women. This project allows men to
take a pledge to not commit or condone violence and to seal the pledge by placing their cut-out handprint
and name on a display board. After they do this, they are given a fact sheet on what they have pledged and
information on violence against women.