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Spring 2018: Embrace Your Voice for #SAAM 2018
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“The things you say every day send a message about your beliefs and values. When you stand up for survivors of sexual violence, you send a powerful message that you believe and support them.” – National Sexual Violence Resource Center

Your voice matters! In recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April, our friends at the National Sexual Violence Resource Center are calling on all of us to use our voices to support survivors, promote everyday consent, and practice healthy communication with children. By embracing our voices, we can create a culture of respect, equality, and safety for all.

Throughout the month, the PreventIPV project is highlighting 4 "tools of the week" featuring strategies for using your voice to prevent sexual violence.

This issue showcases promising practices that support student activism, and highlights opportunities for engagement and learning for #SAAM and beyond.

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PREVENTION TOOL: WEEK 1

SAFER

SAFER provides students with resources to build successful grassroots campaigns against sexual violence on campus.

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PREVENTION TOOL: WEEK 3

It's On Us

It's On Us engages college students as active bystanders, teaching them how to intervene in dangerous situations and promote cultures of consent.

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VAWnet TA QUESTION

In the era of #MeToo, how can we leverage the power of our voices for Sexual Assault Awareness Month?

Explore how to build on momentum from the #MeToo movement, which was originally founded by Tarana Burke in 2007 to support young survivors of color and is currently transforming the way we talk about sexual violence. 

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PREVENTION TOOL: WEEK 2

Consent Campaign Guidebook

This guidebook from the Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence teaches students about healthy communication and everyday consent.

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PREVENTION TOOL: WEEK 4

One Student

One Student offers trainings and online resource to engage students in discussions around healthy sexuality and sexual assault and to promote bystander intervention.

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AWARENESS HIGHLIGHTS

Embrace Your Voice!

This post in the Domestic Violence Awareness Project blog explores NSVRC’s theme for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, identifying strategies and tools for promoting the "Embrace Your Voice" message.

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This publication was made possible by Grant Number # 90EV042802 from the Administration on Children, Youth and Families and Youth Services Bureau, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

To learn more about the IPV Prevention Council and the PreventIPV project, click here.






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