***PLEASE BRING HEADPHONES TO THIS EXHIBIT - THERE IS AN AUDIO COMPONENT ***
The (Em)Power + Resilience Project is dedicated to honoring victims and survivors of crime, while educating the community on important issues affecting Placer County. Through this mission, the E+R Project has launched their premier museum pop-up concept which allows for compassionate storytelling through county collaboration. The first exhibit will be held the last weekend of April, which is the end of National Crime Victim's Right's Week. The museum pop-up will allow Placer County to honor the lives of victims of crime, while thanking our county's survivors who have dedicated their lives to turn their anguish into advocacy.
Who: Placer County District Attorney’s Office / Placer County Museum’s Department / E+R Project
What: Museum pop-up to honor survivors + victims of crime
When: April 29-30 (weekend exhibit)
- Saturday 4/29 - 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
- Sunday 4/30 - 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Where: Historic Auburn Courthouse
What: Placer County DA’s (Em)power + Resilience Project is launching their first museum pop-up in partnership with county museums. This pop-up will serve to honor survivors + victims of crime, support their loved ones and educate the community on their stories.
**This exhibit will have an audio component, please bring headphones for your phone to experience the audio portion of the exhibit**