Nursing student, Nadia Mecado, 23, takes a photo of a sign that explains the meaning of the 288 pinwheels lined on edge of the walkway. The University of Miami's Women's and Gender Studies Department hosted an event called "Canes Consent" on April 21, 2015 to spread awareness and demand change about the prevalence of sexual assault among college-age women at the university's Coral Gables campus.
Nursing student, Nadia Mecado, 23, takes a photo of a sign that explains the meaning of the 288 pinwheels lined on edge of the walkway. The University of Miami's Women's and Gender Studies Department hosted an event called "Canes Consent" on April 21, 2015 to spread awareness and demand change about the prevalence of sexual assault among college-age women at the university's Coral Gables campus. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Nursing student, Nadia Mecado, 23, takes a photo of a sign that explains the meaning of the 288 pinwheels lined on edge of the walkway. The University of Miami's Women's and Gender Studies Department hosted an event called "Canes Consent" on April 21, 2015 to spread awareness and demand change about the prevalence of sexual assault among college-age women at the university's Coral Gables campus. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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