Tag Archives: National Sexual Violence Resource Center

Sandusky Verdict: Guilt and Responsibility

What responsibility do the rest of us have, individually and as a community, for helping to prevent other acts of abuse? Continue reading

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What Can You Do About Sexual Violence?

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This year’s theme is “It’s time … to get involved.” The message is that preventing sexual assault needs to be our collective responsibility. Continue reading

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Day of Action: What Can You Do?

The Sexual Assault Awareness Month Day of Action (formerly A Day to End Sexual Violence), to be observed in 2010 on Tuesday, April 20 is recognized nationally as a specific day to focus awareness on sexual violence prevention. Continue reading

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