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Latest News| Apr 19, 2018

Google Partners with RAINN on Me Too Rising

RAINN is once again partnering with Google to ensure that survivors of sexual violence get the support they need and deserve through the National Sexual Assault Hotline and rainn.org.

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May 18, 2018

Pitchfork Music Festival Teams Up with RAINN

RAINN and the Pitchfork Music Festival are working together to spread awareness of sexual assault and harassment and raise funds for survivors at the Pitchfork Musical Festival in Chicago on July 20-22 and through their network of 30 million followers.

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Apr 30, 2018

Effects of Trauma on Mental Health

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Millions of Americans and their families feel the effects of trauma on mental health each year, and a portion of those people are survivors of sexual violence.

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Apr 30, 2018

Guilty Verdict in Cosby Trial is a Victory for Survivors

Following years of allegations of sexual assault, Bill Cosby has been found guilty on three counts of aggravated indecent sexual assault against Andrea Constand.

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Latest News | September 15, 2016
Jill Johnson Pledges 31st Birthday to RAINN

Jill Johnson raised more than $450 for RAINN, using social media to spread the word and offering incentives from her own “Geek Stash” to encourage donations.  

Latest News | September 15, 2016
Choose RAINN for Your CFC Contribution

From September 1 to December 15, 2016, you can choose RAINN as the charity that receives donations directly from your paycheck through your employer’s CFC campaign. RAINN’s CFC code is 10488.

Latest News | September 09, 2016
Bid Now to Meet Tori Amos and Support Survivors

Tori Amos launched an online auction to benefit RAINN’s National Sexual Assault Hotline. Fans can bid on a variety of auction items, including tickets for the screening of the film in New York City. 

Latest News | September 07, 2016
Congress Says ‘Yes’ to Survivors’ Rights

The Survivors’ Bill of Rights Act, passed on September 6 through the House, takes a clear stand that survivors should have full access to sexual assault forensic exams and forensic evidence collection kits.

Latest News | August 29, 2016
DNA Database Leads to Lower Crime

A new study supports what RAINN has been telling state and federal policymakers for decades: a more robust DNA database leads to lower crime rates.

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