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  1. Survivor Spotlight: Stories of Support

    ... support a friend or relative who may come to you to talk about their experience. Here are of few examples of how loved ones have helped ... For years, Cathy McCall was silent. She told no one about being sexually abused by her father when she was young. But when she was ...

    11/29/2016 - 13:26

  2. Back to School Safety Tips from RAINN

    ... any situation, trust your instincts and leave. Don’t worry about what others may think. 2. Make people earn your trust. A college ... 6. Be mysterious online. Posting social media updates about your whereabouts, even your class schedule, could allow someone to track ...

    02/01/2017 - 12:28

  3. Common Sense Ways to Stay Safe this Spring Break

    ... and Twitter. Despite security settings, posting information about your whereabouts or activities can still reveal details that are ... throughout the night, and leave together. Think twice about going off alone; if you have to separate from your friends, let them know ...

    11/30/2016 - 13:35

  4. Statement on New BJS Campus Sexual Assault Study

    ... Scott Berkowitz, President and Founder of RAINN About RAINN RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's ... that rapists are brought to justice. For more information about RAINN, please visit rainn.org. ...

    11/07/2016 - 11:17

  5. OHL Internship: Testimonials

    ... I helped other people, but I have also learned some things about myself. I would like to continue to work for RAINN as a volunteer. One ... own community. Volunteering for RAINN has taught me a lot about compassion and helped me to become a more aware and knowledgeable member ...

    06/23/2016 - 15:29

  6. Maya's Story

    ... She began processing her experience of sexual assault about six months later when she told a friend about what happened. “I was describing what happened to me, but I ...

    08/06/2018 - 15:32

  7. Survivor Spotlight: College Campus Sexual Assault

    ... SARA V can be a vehicle of change by educating students about sexual assault and providing a safe space for peers to share their ... idea of interactive workshops that facilitate conversations about sexual violence and consent . “I want to encourage student ...

    11/28/2016 - 11:44

  8. Survivors Unite to Lift the Veil on the Rape Kit Backlog

    ... brought eight survivors together in Washington, DC, to learn about the nation’s rape kit backlog — and how they can be part of the ... for public policy, Becca O’Connor. Stay informed about the Rape Kit Action Project, and be sure to check out opportunities to ...

    11/29/2016 - 11:58

  9. Tiffany's Story

    ... coach. Once the decision was made, she talked to her parents about what happened, but again she was met with disbelief. “They didn’t ... ‘If this really happened why didn’t you say anything about it? I can’t believe he would do something like this.’” Tiffany ...

    12/15/2016 - 14:06

  10. After Sexual Assault

    ... system, but are unsure of where to start. Learning more about what steps you can take following sexual violence can help ground you in ... to testify in court? Here’s everything you need to know about pursuing justice after sexual assault, from reporting processes to rape ...

    11/02/2016 - 09:22

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