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Honoring Yeardley: Five Years After UVA Lacrosse Player’s Death, One Love Works to End Dating Violence

It has been five years since University of Virginia lacrosse player Yeardley Love was brutally killed by her ex-boyfriend, George Huguely V, just weeks shy of her graduation. Hugely, at the time also a lacrosse player at the prestigious university, broke down Yeardley’s door just before midnight on March 2,...

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Verizon’s Jessica Shih On the New HopeLine Phone Drive to Benefit Domestic Violence Victims

Verizon and the NFL’s William Gay are teaming up to support victims of domestic violence. Verizon HopeLine is launching a 1 Million Phone Drive to Stop Domestic Violence with the goal of collecting one million donated phones by the end of 2015. The company created a moving new PSA with...

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Kaiser Permanente’s Dr. Cynthia Telles Discusses Domestic Violence

We often hear about the physical scars left by domestic violence and sexual assault. But the mental and emotional scars can be just as damaging. We sat down with Dr. Cynthia Telles, director of the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute Spanish-speaking Psychosocial Clinic, to learn more about her commitment to these issues....

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Spotlight: Latin@ Voices from the “NO MÁS Study”

Domestic violence and sexual assault are some of the most stigmatized and misunderstood issues plaguing our society. In order to bring about lasting change in how these issues are addressed, we must achieve a greater level of understanding of their impact on our communities. That means all of our communities....

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Everyone Should Read this Survivor’s Advice for Helping a Friend who has been Sexually Assaulted

For as long as I can remember, I have been a keeper of stories. Often, in a waiting room, a dentist’s chair, on a plane, or in a classroom, a stranger will open up to me and share personal stories, some of which are about deeply painful traumatic experiences.  It’s...

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Ten Inspiring Songs About Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault that Will Move You

Sexual assault and domestic violence aren’t easy to talk about. So how can we get folks talking about these issues to drive more awareness and break down the barriers of stigma, silence and shame that keep people from seeking help and taking action before problems arise? A number of NO...

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Gallaudet University Students Say NO MORE Silencing Deaf Voices

An estimated 13% of the U.S. population is Deaf or hard of hearing, yet support systems for Deaf survivors are sorely lacking. NO MORE is excited to present our latest blog piece written by Morgane and Ryan, student activists from Gallaudet University. NO MORE is proud to use our blog...

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April is time for action

With NO MORE Week in the rearview mirror (and what a wonderful week it was!), the team at NO MORE is already looking forward to April. Warmer weather is nice, but Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) is the main event. Let’s get everyone excited about a concentrated month of activism...

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Survivors Share Their Stories for NO MORE Week

So many brave men and women have opened up to NO MORE to share personal stories in honor of NO MORE Week, going on now. All told, more than 5,000 of you have told the world why you say NO MORE, and we’re moved by your courage and strength. Here...

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It’s NO MORE Week 2015! Anyone can join our weeklong event to raise awareness and galvanize communities to confront sexual assault and domestic violence year-round. Here’s a list of events happening nationwide from March 8-14 that you can get involved in right away, from anywhere at all. Get ready to say...

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