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Honorees include advocates, journalists, survivors, lawmakers, and more

HARRISBURG, PA – The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) announced today 28 recipients of its 2024 Visionary Voice Awards. These honorees represent a wide range of disciplines from across the country and were selected for their outstanding work toward preventing sexual abuse, assault, and harassment.

As we reflect on the #SAAM2024 theme, we recognize that to build connected communities we must work in solidarity with others. Here is a sneak peek at data from NSVRC’s 2024 National Strengths and Needs Assessment.

By Emma Halper, Joan Tabachnick, and Rachel King

 

Where is the guidance for conversations about concerning sexual behavior among college students? Where are the conversations about a wide range of sexual behaviors, intentions, motivations, and situations?

The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) commemorates the start of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) in April with their “Building Connected Communities” campaign.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) is a time for survivors, advocates, and allies to come together, spread awareness, and promote the prevention of sexual violence.

El mes de concientización sobre la agresión sexual (SAAM) resalta el hecho de que la violencia sexual es un asunto generalizado y afecta a todas las personas en la comunidad. SAAM busca concientizar a la población acerca de la violencia sexual e informar a las comunidades sobre cómo prevenirla.

As Taylor Swift has recently become a victim of deepfake pornography, this blog examines the phenomenon, its origins, how it harms victims, and what can be done about it.

NSVRC is proud to be a main division of Respect Together along with our statewide partners at the Pennsylvania Coalition to Advance Respect (PCAR). Collectively, we look back on 2023 and share some key highlights and outcomes of our work this past year, 

Check out Respect Together's 2023 Year-End Review