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.

School supplies with text "back 2 school"Are you excited about fall? I am a lover of summer, but the cooler weather that is sweeping us toward a new season has been beautiful.
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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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Infographic from language access needs assesmentThe newest resource here at NSVRC has been making a big splash, and I’m excited to share more about the recently released
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Last week was an exciting time for those advocating for equality and in support of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQ) community.
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Dandelion seeds blowing in wind. Planning for Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2014 is actively in the works, and it's exciting to begin to see the campaign begin to take shape.

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Banner: Make a differenceJill Laster is the language access specialist for the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

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Help NSVRC design a healthy sexuality mobile app for young people! 
 
Calling all mobile app lovers ages 12-17, fill out this quick survey and get a chance to be listed as part of our creative team developing a mobile app on healthy sexuality! Help us spread the word.
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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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