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RAINN’s president and founder, Scott Berkowitz, today spoke at a Capitol Hill press conference announcing the bipartisan Campus Accountability and Safety Act.
New survey points to widespread failure in handling of campus sexual assault
For many survivors of sexual assault, talking with others and telling the story about what happened can be a crucial first step of the healing process.
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After experiencing sexual violence in a place that was previously considered protected, some survivors can have trouble regaining a sense of safety at home.
DC roundtable focuses on improving the criminal and civil response to campus rapes.
Survivors of sexual assault may feel anxiety, stress, or fear for some time after experiencing a traumatic life event.
On Thursday, June 5, the Senate Appropriations Committee approved a spending bill that addresses the nation’s rape kit backlog
The Kilah Davenport Act of 2013 requires the Department of Justice to report on child abuse prevention laws in each state
Men and boys are also the victims of the crimes of sexual assault, sexual abuse, and rape. In fact, in the U.S., over 10% of all victims are male.
When Keith Wheeler was just 11 years old, he was molested at the hands of his music teacher. Keith never told his family and as he grew older, he turned to marijuana and alcohol to cope. “I wanted — no, needed — to block out the pain,” he explains.
RAINN’s National Sexual Assault Online Hotline was chosen as a finalist for the 2014 CLASSY Awards for its innovation in helping sexual assault survivors.
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