Latest News | June 19, 2020
COVID Update: Hotline Continues to Hear from Children, Those Concerned for Their Safety

The COVID-19 crisis has upended life in every home across the country—especially for children. For most, being away from school and daycare means more time at home with loving families, but some children are having the opposite experience. Since March, more than half of those reaching out to the ...

Latest News | June 17, 2020
RAINN Shares Recommendations for Additional Police Reforms with Congressional Leadership

Black girls are disproportionately represented in juvenile justice data. According to research, “Black girls are 14% of the youth population, but are 33% of girls who are detained and committed. Seventy-six percent of justice-involved girls have physical and sex abuse histories.”As Congress...

Latest News | June 05, 2020
A Message from RAINN

As we reflect on the events of the past few weeks, words often fail. We share the Black community’s grief and outrage for the unconscionable loss of the lives of George Floyd and far too many others at the hands of police, and for those whose lives have been made infinitely harder by the racism...

Latest News | June 02, 2020
RAINN Statement - June 1, 2020

Every survivor deserves justice and healing after sexual violence. For many survivors, racism and discrimination compound the challenges they face. We must do better. We at RAINN will continue working toward a future where every survivor can attain the justice and healing they deserve. If you need...

Latest News | May 28, 2020
Survivors of Sexual Violence Continue to Voice Safety Concerns Due to COVID-19

Survivors of sexual violence continue to express fears about their safety as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Visitors to RAINN’s National Sexual Assault Hotline cite a number of concerns and challenges posed by the virus and its resulting restrictions. “RAINN continues to see more visitors to...

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