Did you know it’s National Eating Disorder Awareness Week? It’s never too late to show your support for #NEDAwareness.
Have you ever read a book that made you cry or that you found yourself thinking of years later? Maybe it’s the librarian in me, but a good book takes me to a place that no television show ever could. I find myself dreaming of the characters and fighting the battles they have fought. I am very much an advocate working toward a world free of sexual violence.
Today’s blog comes as a guest post from NSVRC staff member Taylor Teichman, who recently participated in the LGBTQ youth-focused Time to Thrive Conference, hosted by Human Rights Campaign,
For our final installment of the Black Feminist February series, I’m highlighting not one feminist, but a collective of feminist voices. You too can read what they have to say by visiting the blog, Black Girl Dangerous.
Everybody’s talking about “50 Shades of Grey.” Like, literally, EVERYBODY. There’s a lot out there, so to help you sort through it all, I gathered sample responses and provided brief synopses. If nothing else, I think there are 2 things that we all can agree on:
It’s a time of year when everyone is love-struck by love. Or at least that’s what advertisers may want us to think.
Have you ever heard a story or watched a video about someone doing a random act of kindness for someone else? I’m not normally a weepy person, but those stories get me all the time. I can’t watch a Liberty Mutual Insurance
February is Black History Month.
How do you know your program is accomplishing its goals? How do you measure SANE program success? At some point, SANE program managers need to take a look at their programs and ask these questions.