The SAAM Blog: Creating campaigns for change

By Laura Palumbo


Laura is Prevention Campaign Specialist at the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

Blogger bio: Laura stirs the brewing pot of SAAM ideas contributed by great minds across the anti-sexual violence movement. This blogger is ready to explore all things campaign building to promote prevention and awareness. Teal ribbons to follow.

Blog description: Your source for promoting prevention, building awareness and creating campaigns for change.

Young people standing in groupRecently I had the opportunity to attend the first annual Pennsylvania Adolescent Sexual Health Conference.
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Last week, I shared a little about how my understanding of evaluation has evolved. I’m still Spring green when it comes to evaluation, but the more I learn the more excited I am at the potential for growth and impact.

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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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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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Chalk art speech bubble with text "Let's talk about healthy sexuality"This week the Talk early, talk often series continues on the SAAM Blog with a guest post from Kenya Fairley, MSEd., advocate and coordinator of the

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Are you ready for April? It's here! April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and it's an exciting time to use our voices to raise awareness and prevent sexual violence. 

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This week the Talk early, talk often series continues on the SAAM Blog with a guest post from author and expert Dr. Janet Rosenzweig.

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This week the Talk early, talk often series continues on the SAAM blog with a guest post from preventionist Mo Lewis. This week's topic of talking with youth is especially timely in the aftermath of the Steubbenville rape trial verdict, in which two teen football players were found guilty of rape. It's important to remember that youth have incredible potential to advocate for social change.

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This week the Talk early, talk often series continues on the SAAM Blog with a guest post from Annie Gebhardt, MPH, Training Specialist at NSVRC.

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