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Latest News| Nov 22, 2022

Lean On Me: A Caregiver's Guide to Safeguarding Children and Supporting Healing from Sexual Abuse

RAINN and No Limit Generation have created a five-module video training series for parents and caregivers to understand how to safeguard children from online an...

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Latest News | October 28, 2022
ICYMI: Peacock Airs “A Friend of The Family,” Based on Jan Broberg’s Story

Washington, D.C. - RAINN, in partnership with The Jan Broberg Foundation and Peacock, released the following statement as Peacock airs a new episode of A Friend of The Family, with episodes available to stream now. A Friend of the Family is based on Jan’s story of experiencing and healing from...

Latest News | October 27, 2022
Emergency Department Visits Have Increased Drastically for Sexual Assault Survivors in the Last Decade

The number of sexual assault survivors who sought emergency medical care following the assault has increased 1,533% in the last decade, according to a new study published in Jama Network Open. This study found that sexual assault-related emergency department visits increased dramatically from 3,607...

Latest News | October 27, 2022
Author and Performer, Lexie Bean, on Self-Care and Beyond

Each month, RAINN highlights a member of its National Leadership Council (NLC). The NLC is a group of dedicated individuals who have shown their commitment to RAINN’s mission of supporting survivors and ending sexual violence. This month we checked in with survivor, author, and performer, Lexie...

Latest News | October 27, 2022
The 5-Year Anniversary of #MeToo

Five years ago, the hashtag #metoo woke up the world. Within days, millions of survivors spoke up — many for the first time. Around the world, all those who rarely gave a thought to sexual harassment and abuse had to start paying attention, and acknowledging how widespread was the harm. The number...

Latest News | October 27, 2022
Resource Guide for Parents of Students at Universities

Many parents across the nation are sending their children off to college as they learn to become independent and explore the world around them. As a parent, it is completely normal to prepare your children for college and the obstacles they may face.

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