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We highlight three resources focusing on Native American culture in recognition of National Native American Heritage Month.

In celebration of LGBTQ History Month, this blog covers a few resources regarding the history of the LGBTQ community.

New sexual assault data shows an increase in self-reports and a decrease in reporting to police.

Learn about new tools on activity-based assessments from NSVRC's Evaluation Toolkit.

This new resource includes info about community-level prevention and the social determinants of health.

Part of ending sexual harassment in middle and high schools is knowing how to recognize and name it.

On the last day of NSAC, award-winning filmmaker dream hampton took the stage.

Day two of the National Sexual Assault Conference continued today with a panel discussion about survivors with intellectual disabilities.

NSVRC and the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers are pleased to honor David Fowers with the 2019 Gail-Burns Smith Award.

Today's first conference session focused on corporations' responsibilities to address sexual harassment and assault. Find out what resonated for attendees!