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Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault in the Latino Community: We Say NO MÁS

Are you ready for the DECIMOS NO MÁS Campaign? Casa de Esperanza and NO MORE are excited to announce the launch of DECIMOS NO MÁS, a new national campaign engaging Latin@s to play a critical role in ending domestic violence and sexual assault. Statistics show that an alarming number of Latin@ women and children...

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Tips for Bringing NO MORE To Your Campus

Jake Comito, a junior from Rutgers University, is fighting two battles: on one front, he is changing the way people perceive and react to sexual assault on campus. On the other front, he is combatting the negative publicity shadowing Universities as incidences of violence on campus gain greater attention. Jake...

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Great Moments from Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic Violence Awareness Month has inspired truly amazing activism in communities and on campuses all across the country.  As DVAM draws to a close, we’re taking a look back at some of the highlights.   Southwest Pennsylvania Says NO MORE released a new local PSA campaign with PA leaders.   On...

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USA Network Law & Order: SVU ‘NO MORE Excuses’ Marathon

Sunday, October 25th on USA Network at 9 AM/8 AMc We’re teaming up with the Joyful Heart Foundation and USA Network for a very special  “Law & Order: SVU” NO MORE Excuses Marathon in commemoration of Domestic Violence Awareness Month this Sunday, October 25th. The 14-hour marathon will feature an all-new video spots with...

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New Campaign Spreads Awareness on Importance of Consent: #ConsentIs

Promoting Awareness | Victim Empowerment (PAVE)’s #ConsentIs Campaign Our friends at Promoting Awareness | Victim Empowerment (PAVE), a DC-based nonprofit organization that works to prevent sexual assault and heal survivors nationwide, launched a national social media campaign #ConsentIs to raise awareness, shatter the silence of sexual violence and promote the five essentials of consent: verbal, sober, enthusiastic, freely...

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Hannelore Williams Discusses LoveStruck

This week, we sat down with filmmaker Hannelore Williams, director of the forthcoming three part documentary webseries, LoveStruck. In LoveStruck, Williams interviews both survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence, honestly exploring the personal toll of the nationwide epidemic. How did you get involved with the issue of domestic violence? As...

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KNOW MORE: Guns and Domestic Violence

Mass shootings, like the tragedy that occurred at Emanuel AME Church on June 17, 2015 and more recently, the Oregon shooting at Umpqua Community College on October 1, 2015, have become all too familiar in the United States. They bring waves of shock, sadness, and confusion, and often produce more questions...

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31 of the Most Powerful Domestic Violence Moments in the Last Year

Ariel Zwang is the CEO of Safe Horizon, the largest victims services non-profit organization in the country, based in New York City. This piece originally appeared in the Huffington Post.  The last 12 months were a watershed for domestic violence. Famous athletes faced real scrutiny for the acts of violence they committed,...

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Bystander Basics

What people mean when they talk about Bystanders. It’s different than you think. by·stand·er /ˈbīˌstandər/ noun A person who is present at an event or incident but does not take part. If you have been paying attention to stories of sexual assault and domestic violence in the news recently (and...

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Raise Your Voice on Campus this Fall

Did you know that students, especially young women, are at the highest risk of sexual assault during the first few months of college? This “red zone”–roughly from the beginning of the school year until Thanksgiving break–is especially unfortunate because many new freshmen are not yet aware of the resources available...

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