Latest News | November 21, 2023
Know Before You Go: Survivor-Centered Travel Tips for TSA Screenings

Airport travel—especially during the holidays—can bring extra anxiety for survivors of sexual violence. The possibility that TSA may require a pat-down or other physical interactions during the security process can be stressful. RAINN compiled a list of ways to make the TSA process a little easier...

Latest News | November 14, 2023
13 Anti-Sexual Violence Bills to Know in November

It’s been a packed legislative season this Fall for RAINN's public policy team. In the span of 14 days, RAINN has helped pass or progress 13 anti-sexual violence bills in Congress and state legislatures. From dedicating more funding to end the rape kit backlog to extending or eliminating statute...

Latest News | November 13, 2023
Grounding Techniques for Survivors Who Have Experienced a Traumatic Event

Staying up to date with current conversations and news surrounding sexual violence is important, but can also be emotionally challenging. That’s why we share self-care resources with our readers. Thank you for making issue-awareness part of your journey.

Latest News | November 13, 2023
Sexual Violence and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

As Native American Heritage Month dawns in November, it is a poignant moment to reflect on sexual violence within Indigenous communities. The staggering statistics reveal the unsettling prevalence of missing and murdered Indigenous women (MMIW). Sexual Violence and MMIW

Latest News | November 13, 2023
Male Survivor Summit Part Two

Watch part two of RAINN's Male Survivor Summit featuring two inspiring members from RAINN’s Speakers Bureau discussing the male survivor experience.


Tips for Interviewing Survivors

As journalists continue to cover stories related to sexual assault or abuse, it can be helpful to have a better understanding of how to interview survivors of these type of crimes.