When “I’m Sorry” Falls Flat: The Last I’m Sorry Campaign Highlights Overlooked Abuse

The chilling “I’m Sorry” campaign showcases another side of abuse—the inevitable apology—via a medium which abusers cannot hide from their victims: public billboards. The PSA was curated by domestic violence nonprofits Safe in Harm’s Way Foundation Inc. and DomesticShelters.org who joined forces with two major advertising organizations to connect victims of abuse with the help they need.

“If you talk to survivors, there’s a lot of people who say, ‘I didn’t even realize I was being abused.’”