Survivors and Authors Kelly Yang and Chessy Prout Discuss Campus Sexual Violence at RAINN’s Virtual Coffeehouse

RAINN recently hosted a virtual coffeehouse discussion with authors, survivors, and activists Kelly Yang and Chessy Prout on creating safer environments for students on high school and college campuses and making sure all survivors have the resources they need to heal. The survivors shared personal stories about their experiences, calling the conversation “a celebration of survivorship.” If you missed it, watch it here!

Title IX During COVID-19

Returning to college campuses this fall will undoubtedly look unfamiliar for many college students, and for students who are survivors of sexual assault, navigating resources and reporting may be more challenging due to COVID-19. “Remote learning doesn’t mean sexual violence stops,” said Keeli Sorensen, vice president of victim services at RAINN. “We need to ensure that students are able to learn in a safe virtual environment and that they still feel supported by their university if something were to happen.”

Get Ready for RAINN Day!

RAINN Day is an annual day of awareness and action about sexual violence held on college campuses around the country during Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (#SAAPM). This year, RAINN Day will be held on Tuesday, April 14.

Be Part of the Solution on Campuses

Millions of high school and college students in the United States will head to campus for the first time or return for another year this fall. Bystander intervention is a powerful way that individuals of all ages can look out for each other and help create safe and respectful spaces.

Turn Awareness into Action this April

Individuals and communities across the country recognize Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (#SAAPM) each April. This year, as RAINN reflects on 25 years of helping survivors, we’re making this April not only about awareness, but action.

Tips this Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, but dating violence can happen at any age, and that’s why it is important to be able to recognize what behaviors are acceptable and unacceptable in a relationship. While there are no guaranteed ways to prevent abuse or assault, there are some basic safety tips people can keep in mind when interacting over the internet or meeting in-person.

Take Two Minutes to Make Your Campus Safer and Enter to Win a $100 Gift Card

Prevention education is a critical step toward addressing sexual assault on college campuses. Start the school year off right—take two minutes to review a campus sexual assault prevention program before September 30 and be entered to win a $100 Amazon gift card.

Cultivating Safety on Campus This Fall

More than 17 million college students in the United States will head to campus this fall. It is an exciting time, but many students and their parents may be thinking about how to stay safe. Here are some strategies students can use to help reduce their risk for many types of crimes on campus, including sexual violence.

RAINN Announces National Partnership with Alpha Chi Omega

RAINN is proud to welcome Alpha Chi Omega as its first ever national sorority partner. RAINN will help bolster Alpha Chi Omega’s long standing dedication to preventing sexual assault and supporting survivors.

Help Improve Your Campus, Review a Sexual Assault Prevention Program

January is a great time for students and administrators to share their feedback by rating their college’s sexual assault prevention programs.

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