Enola, PA (April 11, 2007) During April, Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), anti-sexual violence advocates and organizations focus their efforts on raising awareness nationwide. They hold special events and campaigns to draw attention to sexual violence as a major public health issue.
The NSVRC’s 2007 campaign theme for SAAM is Prevent Sexual Violence… in our communities. Over 125 events are registered on the national calendar including 37 screenings of the documentary No! Confronting Sexual Assault in our Communities.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Date: September 2, 2005 Media Contact: Marybeth Carter, National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (NAESV), 916-549-2520 Beth Barnhill, National Sexual Assault Resource Sharing Project (RSP) 515-244-7424 Susan Lewis, Communications Director (NSVRC) 877-379-3895, Ext. 102. Karen Baker, Director, (NSVRC) 877-739-3895 Ext 101
Date: April 25, 2005 Contact: Susan Lewis 1-877-739-3895, Ext. 102 or Eboni Braxton, Ext 119.
Source: National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) National and Community Organizations Focus on Raising Awareness of Sexual Violence during April, and NSVRC Honors 20 Individuals with Awards. Enola, PA.
Contact: Susan Lewis 1-877-739-3895, Ext. 102 or Karen Baker, Ext 101
Source: National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) NSVRC alerts nation:April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and April 20th is “A Day to End Sexual Violence” National awareness awards announced. Enola, PA.
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