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Memphis Says NO MORE to Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault

On the morning of July 31, Karri Baker’s ex-boyfriend shot her in the head before taking his own life. The Germantown, Tennessee, couple had recently broken up, according to reports, and were moving out the house they had shared. Baker, who died in the hospital two days later, was 38....

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Do Sororities Combat or Contribute to Rape Culture?

Nationwide, college campuses are grappling with how to appropriately address the problem of sexual assault in their communities. From The Hunting Ground’s unflinching examination of sexual assault on college campuses to best-selling author Jon Krakauer’s investigation of rape on campus in Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College...

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35 Women, #TheEmptyChair: Shedding Light on Bill Cosby & Why Sexual Assault Victims Are Not Believed

Bill Cosby is having a very bad week. On July 24th, prominent Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus wrote an op-ed calling for President Obama to revoke Cosby’s Presidential Medal of Freedom. Taking issue with the President’s statement that there is no precedent for revoking the medal, Marcus urges Obama to...

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6 Ways To Make A Difference This Summer

The summer is heating up! So should your support for the amazing organizations working to end domestic violence and sexual assault! Here are eight ways to stay involved and show your support for the NO MORE mission this summer… Help make the first-ever NO MORE license plate a reality. Order...

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When Dating Abuse Goes Digital: Revenge Porn

Last September, a slew of sexually explicit photos of female celebrities surfaced on the online forums Reddit and 4chan. The women photographed did not leak the photos, rather, they were stolen and published without their consent. This is revenge porn – and unfortunately this form of abuse is neither new...

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A Chance to End Violence in This “Transgender Moment”

Over the past year, the slew of news stories about transgender people in this country has heralded the beginning of a new age of acceptance and support for transgender people and their decisions to live as a gender other than the one they were assigned at birth. Much of the...

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Help Fund Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Programs in California with the NO MORE License Plate

Domestic violence and sexual assault are two of the most widespread problems in our communities. The numbers are staggering. 24 people are physically abused, raped or stalked by their partners every minute. Yet, vital, lifesaving domestic violence and sexual assault programs remain severely under-resourced and under-funded. California Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez has...

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Chicago Says NO MORE to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

Gabriella Lock remembers the last time that she was abused by her ex-boyfriend. She had woken up to find him in a rage, and when she tried to leave, he pushed her so hard that she hit her head on the floor, momentarily blacking out. Gabriella, or “Rella,” as her...

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Meet Jaired Maddox. This Texas teen is challenging his community to say NO MORE.

Young People Are The Future Of This Movement Certain problems in this world can be solved, but remain unchallenged. Human nature often compels us to ignore the elephant in the room instead of addressing the issue; over time this willful apathy creates social norms. I define this particular aspect of human nature because I,...

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A Fictional Character Helped Me Escape Domestic Violence In Real Life

Warning: Elements of this story may be triggering. How I Survived Domestic Chaos Ask any author and they will tell you that their characters are like family. We talk about them as if they are our children, as if they are actually walking around in our reality. In fact, characters...

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