Cleveland Victims: “One Step Closer to Recovery”

In a courageous web video released this month, the three women who were kidnapped and imprisoned in a Cleveland home for over ten years made their first public statements since their rescue.

A 240-Mile Promise

Two days after Cleveland survivors Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were discovered after being held captive for over a decade, 28-year-old Alex Sheen made a promise...

Kickstarter Apologizes, Takes Steps to Prevent Recurrence

Kickstarter today apologized for allowing a campaign on its site that raised more than $16,000 for a dating guide that included tips on how to sexually assa

DoD Reports Increase in Sexual Assaults

The Department of Defense’s newly-released annual report estimates that 26,000 service members were sexually assaulted last year, up from an estimated 19,000 in the prior year.

Facebook Charities: Give the Gift of Hope for Survivors

Facebook users can now give a gift that will mean a lot to family and friends: a donation to RAINN.

New Standards Issued for Sexual Assault Exams

Earlier this month, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. announced the release of the National Protocol for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examinations, designed to prescribe the methods by which evidence should be collected and specify what equipment should be available for the examination.

What Can You Do in April?

April is National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month; here are 6 ways you can get involved to help prevent sexual violence.

Macmillan and RAINN Launch Twitter Campaign to Celebrate Speak

Macmillan Publishing and RAINN are teaming to launch #Speak4RAINN, a Twitter campaign to raise funds for survivors of sexual violence.

New Air Force Program Aids Sexual Assault Survivors

The Air Force has launched a pilot project to provide legal counsel directly to victims of sexual assault.

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