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Latest News| Feb 15, 2024

Embracing Strength and Hope: A Love Letter to Military Survivors

In "Embracing Strength and Hope: A Love Letter to Military Survivors," RAINN celebrates the resilience of military survivors and highlights the Department of Defense Safe Helpline as a steadfast ally, offering 24/7, anonymous support, worldwide. The team at Safe Helpline sends a message of love, solidarity, and a commitment to providing essential resources for military survivors’ unique healing journey.

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Latest News | July 29, 2022
Summer Safety for Festivals and Concerts

Summer is here and all over the world, our favorite artists and bands are scheduled to perform in concerts and festivals. Summer is a time to dance with those closest to you. It is a time to enjoy your favorite performers ablaze on the stage where they sing their hearts out to your favorite tunes....

Latest News | July 29, 2022
Redefining Resilience: RAINN’s New Series for Child Sexual Abuse Survivors

RAINN has launched Redefining Resilience, a new series for child sexual abuse survivors. Once you subscribe, RAINN will send you a text each week for eight weeks to alert you to new materials.

Latest News | June 29, 2022
RAINN Statement on Sentencing of R. Kelly

Washington, D.C. - RAINN released the following statement after R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison. Kelly was charged with racketeering and sex trafficking.

Latest News | June 29, 2022
Passionate Innovator Shares what Healing Looks Like: Time, Safety, Relationships, Purpose, and Stability

Each month, RAINN highlights a member of its National Leadership Council. The NLC is a group of dedicated individuals who have shown their commitment to RAINN’s mission of supporting survivors and ending sexual violence. Eman Barhoumeh a member of RAINN’s Thrive Together campaign council. She is...

Latest News | June 29, 2022
RAINN Celebrates Juneteenth

Sunday, June 19th is a federal holiday when federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas in 1865 and spread the news that enslaved African Americans were officially free. Juneteenth not only acknowledges the abolition of slavery but it is a celebration of Black culture, Black strength, Black history...

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