Take a moment and reflect on the last time that you saw something on a social network that pissed you off. This could happen daily (hourly…). Sometimes it’s a good kind of pissed off:

“Argh…that article really fires me up, I am going to tweet my senator about it.”

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Last week, I shared a little about how my understanding of evaluation has evolved.

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Another day, another report of military sexual violence in the news.   This comes on the heels of the Department of Defense annual report on sexual assault in the military.  I'm sad.  And I'm angry.

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Drumroll please… The NSVRC has burst onto the scene on with a new online presence, welcoming a Tumblr blog to the social media lineup. The new Tumblr, lovingly titled “Feel Good.” has been deemed the place to be for all things healing.

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A big part of our campaign process is taking the time to reflect, capture and plan after the completion of a SAAM campaign.

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The new release of the Department of Defense’s biannual reports on the prevalence of sexual assault in the military has invited quite a lot of social commentary.

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Boy-holding-basketballIn the May issue of Sports Illustrated, a smiling, successful, happy Black man announced that we was gay to the world.

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It’s May! Happy May Day! It’s time for May flowers; it’s time for 70s, sunlit evenings, and the first hints of summer. It’s a new month, but it’s still time to talk about it! Yes, you’ve figured me out.

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Hearing about the bombings at the Boston Marathon while driving to school early last week felt surreal. It just didn’t make sense. Sometimes it’s simply tiring to even try to make sense of yet another act of violence. I strongly believe that all violence is connected at the root by hatred. I also believe that hatred feeds oppression, which perpetuates violence. That’s why I am annoyed that our culture so quickly jumps to make the people who carried out this violence “others.”

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That’s right…a hole in my brand new, mint green sweater.  As I arrived to work on this Denim Day, I reached for the appropriate awareness button on my cubicle wall (please tell me I am not the only one with a plethora of pins and buttons for every social justice activist occas

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