July 12, 2017

A Story in 7 Tweets: Why Malala Yousafzai Is My Inspiration

Today is Malala Yousafzai's birthday! You probably know her as the youngest Nobel Prize laureate. Or a women’s rights and education activist. Here’s why she is an inspiration for me: A Story in 7 Tweets. 

July 07, 2017

In the News: Week of June 30 - July 7

Here's what caught our eye in the news this week: Rob Kardashian, women in tech and more...

July 06, 2017

Standing Up for Survivor Care

As we wait for the Senate's vote on the most recent healthcare bill  (BCRA) let’s take a moment to unpack a bit of what this healthcare legislation does to impact those affected by interpersonal violence and survivors of sexual assault.

June 28, 2017

How To Improve Our Work With LGBTQ+ Survivors?

For those of us in the sexual violence prevention field and/or crisis centers we need to make sure we deeply understand the LGBTQ+ community experiences and evaluate our own internalized myths in order to enhance our services to them. 

June 23, 2017

In the News: Week of June 16 - June 23

This is what caught our eye in the news this week...

June 22, 2017

When Justice Fails Us

Last weekend two prominent trials came to a disappointing end; the case of Jeronimo Yanez for shooting Philando Castile and the case of Bill Cosby. For each in their own way justice was not done. Though both deal with different problems, in each we’re left with a desperation: Why is this still happening?

June 21, 2017

World Music Day

We believe in the power of music...check out our Spotify playlists on this #WorldMusicDay

June 16, 2017

In the News: Week of June 9 - June 16

What caught our eye this week: Comey's trial was a great example of how we treat sexual assault victims, photos reveal faces and places behind rape stats...

June 15, 2017

Beating the Blame Game 101

What can we do when someone we care for has been sexually assaulted? 

June 09, 2017

In the News: Week of June 2 - June 9

These are the news that caught our eye this week: Bill Cosby's trial, Harvard rescinds admission to students to rape jokes and more...