As we look ahead to the start of a new year, we can set our sights on the 2017 Sexual Assault Awareness Month campaign! This coming April’s campaign is shaping up to be one of the biggest in scope, as the outreach materials call on new voices to join the movement. The materials listed below and much more will be available on the SAAM website beginning mid-January.

The Theme: Engaging New Voices

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This post was written by the NSVRC's Julie Patrick, National Partners Liaison at Raliance.

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In September 2016, the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault released guidance for school districts on creating and sustaining a sexual misconduct policy.  This guidance includes a recomm

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This post is by Karla Vierthaler, Advocacy and Resources Director for the NSVRC.

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This is a blog post from Karla Vierthaler, Advocacy and Resources Director at NSVRC. 

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This is a guest blog post by Taylor Teichman, Online Resource Specialist with NSVRC.

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  This is a guest blog post by Mo Lewis, Prevention Specialist at NSVRC

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This is a guest blog post by Karla Vierthaler, Advocacy and Resources Director at the NSVRC.

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During Sexual Assault Awareness Month survivors and advocates engage the greater community in prevention efforts. We know that one month isn’t enough to solve the serious and widespread issue of sexual violence. But the attention April generates is an opportunity to energize and expand prevention efforts.

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