Latest News | August 07, 2020
Title IX During COVID-19

Returning to college campuses this fall will undoubtedly look unfamiliar for many college students, and for students who are survivors of sexual assault, navigating resources and reporting may be more challenging due to COVID-19. “Remote learning doesn’t mean sexual violence stops,” said Keeli...

Latest News | August 04, 2020
New RAINN-Supported Legislation Seeks to Help Rescue Children from Harm

A bipartisan group of members of Congress, led by Reps. Abigail Spanberger (D-VA) and Ben Cline (R-VA), has introduced the Child RESCUE Act, which will help ensure that children experiencing abuse can be identified and removed from harm as soon as possible. To create a proactive strategy to...

Latest News | July 28, 2020
RAINN Acknowledges Contribution by MacKenzie Scott

“We are extremely grateful to MacKenzie Scott for her generous gift in support of RAINN’s services for survivors of sexual violence and our work educating the public about this crime,” said Scott Berkowitz, RAINN founder and president. “Demand for RAINN’s services has grown dramatically in recent...

Latest News | July 10, 2020
Artist and Entrepreneur on the Healing Power of Creativity

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. This month we checked in with Micheline Pitt, business owner, supporter, and...

Latest News | July 10, 2020
Grooming: Know the Warning Signs

One tool common to those who sexually abuse kids and teens is grooming: manipulative behaviors that the abuser uses to gain access to a potential victim, coerce them to agree to the abuse, and reduce the risk of being caught. Though grooming can take many different forms, it often follows a similar...

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