Survivor Spotlight: Home Safety Month

After experiencing sexual violence in a place that was previously considered protected, some survivors can have trouble regaining a sense of safety at home.

Kilah’s Story Leads to Child Abuse Prevention Law

The Kilah Davenport Act of 2013 requires the Department of Justice to report on child abuse prevention laws in each state

Five Things You Can Do This April

Be part of the fight against sexual violence during Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.

Four Ways You Can Support A Friend This April

If someone discloses details of an assault, there are ways to be supportive.

RAINN’s Top Five Ways to Stay Safe Online

Releases infographics as part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Instagram Retires #RapeFace after Hearing from RAINN Supporters

We want to educate our friends and families that using the term #rapeface is a not a joke. At RAINN, we recognize that those who have experienced sexual assault may have a long road to recovery.

RAINN Petition Leads Etsy to Remove Pro-Rape T-Shirts

After a successful online petition led by RAINN, more than a dozen rape-related t-shirts were removed from the site, and ultimately, the seller was banned from Etsy.

New Survey Says Little Change in Sexual Assault Numbers in 2012

The 2012 National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) shows that the number of sexual assaults has remained fairly steady over the last five years.