British artist Linda Sarah joined PROTECT and began volunteering in our earliest years. When we first shared our plans for an iconic new symbol with Linda, she immediately saw that vision. She picked up her paint brushes and within days returned a series of illustrations that imagined a future where those "who trampled on their tiny daughters' spirits shuddered when they saw it (though they didn't yet know why"). Linda's art was not only the first appearance of the symbol, her drawings tell a story of its spread throughout the world. PROTECT's founding is still unfinished, and we count Linda Sarah's drawings, done a decade after our creation, among our founding documents.