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On April 21, 2015, Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network and NO MORE announced the findings of an in-depth, groundbreaking study, commissioned by the Avon Foundation for Women. Informed by the findings of the NO MÁS Study, Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network, the nation’s leading Latin@ organization on domestic violence prevention, and NO MORE, launch a new “NO MÁS” campaign, in partnership with Verizon, to engage the Latin@ community in prioritizing conversations about these issues and taking action to address them in their families and communities.



The NO MÁS Study, conducted by Lake Research Partners, is the largest and most comprehensive study to date of domestic violence and sexual assault in the U.S. Latin@ community:

…somebody has to take the leadership and begin bringing awareness of this situation…and then we take the responsibility as a Latino community and say we’ve got to do something about it because look at the numbers.

— U.S. born Latino, Atlanta

Debo aprender de lo que voy a hablar, porque muchas veces yo no puedo hablar algo que yo no conozco

— Recent immigrant Latino, Los Angeles

Currently there are a large number of undocumented Hispanics, and many of them are afraid to call the police; I think the biggest motive is fear

— Recent immigrant Latina, Atlanta


the findings (IN english) DESUBrimientos del estudio

Looking for the full report? Download the full report here (in English).


NO MORE, Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network, and Verizon are partnering together to launch NO MÁS, a new, national public awareness and engagement initiative to address domestic violence and sexual assault in the Latin@ community. To get involved:

Visit WeSayNOMAS.org

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