The morning plenary session at the National Sexual Assault Conference erupted in a group chant that sent chills up my spine. "Si se puede!" led by speaker Dolores Huerta. The power of 1400 voices rising together, believing that ending sexual violence is possible, made the struggles, frustrations, and doubts throughout the year worthwhile.

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Image of SAAM 2014 logo surrounded by speech bubbles. Reads: "It's time to talk about it. Your voice. Our future. Prevent sexual violence."

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I’ve been following the hashtag #SolidarityIsForWhiteWomen on Twitter since learning that it was trending. I am not going to try to explain it. I think it’s pretty straightforward. I don’t think I have the right to analyze it. That’s not the point. I’m bringing it to a blog platform at the NSVRC because I think it’s the right thing to do. The anti-sexual violence movement grew out of the a feminist movement.

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I am so excited about my next trip!  I hope many of you will be joining me in Los Angeles for the National Sexual Assault Conference (NSAC), August 28-30! 

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The Know Your IX website exploded on social media earlier this week and I couldn’t be happier about it. The website provides information, planning tools, and strategies for campus-based organizers to promote equitable education for all.

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If you read nothing else today, read Anthea Butler’s piece on women of color and feminism. Read it if you are White. Read it if you are a man. Read it if you eat green eggs and ham.

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Graphic of question mark  with text overlay of "That's a great question"Last week I had a wonderful opportunity to return to NJCASA to co-facilitate a second training on

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A few weeks ago, I was at a local store.  As I made my way to the checkout counter, I struck up a conversation with the young girl working there.  She informed me that she had just graduated high school.  When I asked her if she planned to attend college, she proudly stated that she would be going into the military this fall.  I found it intere

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man wearing hoodie with tear running down faceIn the ever prescient and poignant spirit of the Color Lines blog out of the Applied Research Center, Aura Bogado puts implicit bias on trial.

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