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Latest News| Jan 23, 2018

RAINN Partners with Actor and Producer David Schwimmer and the Ad Council to Launch #ThatsHarassment PSAs

RAINN has joined with actor and producer David Schwimmer, the Ad Council, and writer and director Sigal Avin to launch a sexual harassment awareness and prevention campaign.

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Mar 16, 2018

Additional Victims to Testify in Cosby Trial

RAINN celebrates the decision to let five more victims testify against Bill Cosby in his upcoming trial.

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Mar 05, 2018

DoD Safe Helpline Launches Two New Self-Paced Education Programs

Department of Defense Safe Helpline is excited to introduce two new anonymous, online, self-paced education programs, How to Support a Survivor and Safe Helpline 101 to support loved ones and friends of survivors and the service providers who work with them.

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Mar 05, 2018

Self-Care Tips for Survivors

Frequent exposure to sexual violence in the news can present particular challenges to survivors. It is important for survivors to remember that if they ever feel uncomfortable, it is always fine to turn off the TV, walk out of a movie theater, or avoid checking social media.

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Latest News | January 28, 2015
New Congress, New State Legislatures, Consistent Theme: Combating Sexual Assault

Sexual Violence is a focus for legislators in 2015

Latest News | December 13, 2014
Congress Approves Spending Plan with Anti-Sexual Violence Funds

Budget sent to president.

Latest News | November 21, 2014
What’s the Difference Between South Carolina and Oregon?

RAINN’s new site explores state sexual assault laws

Latest News | September 30, 2014
California to Require Faster Processing of Rape Kits

New state legislation means bringing more rapists to justice

Latest News | September 18, 2014
Rape Kit Backlog Legislation Passes Congress

Nation's key tool to eliminating rape kit backlog renewed through 2019


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