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Purple and Turquoise

At the American Assocation of Suicidolog Conference in 2003, held in Santa Fe, New Mexico, fellow survivors of suicide loss, Michelle Linn-Gust and Sandy Martin, passed around two ribbons folded together. Purple and turquoise were selected to give suicide a color combination of its own and these colors were chosen because they represent healing. 


02/23/2016 at 5:05 PM
melissa phillips
I went to the website listed. And can't find where to order the purple and turquoise pins. And would really like some for me and my family. Cause we have been through the pain caused from suicide three times now. Thank you.
04/24/2014 at 12:20 PM
Stefanie Gianone
Hi, I am an MSW student at Monmouth University in NJ and my field of interest and research is in youth suicide awareness and prevention. I was wondering if you knew how I can get the purple and turquoise ribbon pins? I am in interested in getting them to hand out to my class and teacher during my presentation on youth suicide. Any information would be greatly appreciate. Thanks, Stefanie
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