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The NSVRC collects information and resources to assist those working to prevent sexual violence and to improve resources, outreach and response strategies. This page lists resources on this website that have been developed by NSVRC staff.

Darin Dorsey recently spoke with five Black movement leaders about their experiences of anti-Blackness in the movement to end gender-based violence and ways to create a movement that is inclusive of Black workers and survivors.  For organizations striving to serve as allies and accomplices to Black communities, these five podcasts are a tool to better understand how they can fulfill their commitments and create a movement that addresses gender-based violence against all people while following the lead of the most marginalized among us.    Participants: Darin Dorsey, Rooting

Darin Dorsey recently spoke with five Black movement leaders about their experiences of anti-Blackness in the movement to end gender-based violence and ways to create a movement that is inclusive of Black workers and survivors. For organizations striving to serve as allies and accomplices to Black communities, these five podcasts are a tool to better understand how they can fulfill their commitments and create a movement that addresses gender-based violence against all people while following the lead of the most marginalized among us. 

PreventConnect staff Ashleigh Klein-Jimenez and Janae Sargent sat down Laura Palumbo and Mo Lewis, from the NSVRC, to talk about the 2022 national Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) campaign, Building Safe Online Spaces Together. The conversation highlights  how white supremacy shows up in online spaces, what’s missing in the mainstream conversation about online safety, and what preventionists and practitioners can do to live their values online.   Participants: Ashley Klein-Jimenez, Director of Prevention - PreventConnect Janae Sargent, Project Coordinator - PreventConnect

Sexual Assault Awareness Month is a time to draw attention to the prevalence of sexual assault and educate individuals and communities about how to prevent it. Use this proclamation as a clear declaration to join advocates and communities across the country in taking action to prevent sexual violence.

This self-study guide, which is a part of the Evaluation Toolkit, provides an introduction to data visualization. It includes up to 8 hours of online training options and resources. This beginner level plan will assist learners in understanding the principles of how to present data effectively.  

Este documento fue co-escrito por el personal del Centro Nacional de Recursos sobre Violencia Sexual y el Centro Nacional de Recursos sobre Violencia Doméstica, con aportes significativos, orientación y liderazgo de mujeres negras y mujeres de color sobrevivientes e intercesores (advocates).  Este recurso hace conexiones entre la equidad en la salud y nuestro trabajo para prevenir la violencia sexual y de pareja íntima. Centra las historias de los sobrevivientes en las intersecciones del racismo sistémico, la violencia y la opresión. En él se estudian formas de crear capacidad individual

This guide draws from research, reporting, and the lived experiences of survivors to explore the connections between sexual violence and disasters, the inequities that shape them both, the lessons to be learned from the resilience of survivors and their communities, and opportunities for all of us to prevent sexual violence before, during, and after disasters.   For more related material visit https://www.nsvrc.org/sexual-violence-disasters.

Finding help You are not alone. Even in disasters, help is available. Contact any of the resources below for free and confidential support. You can also learn more about safety and privacy considerations for seeking help online or by phone. Disaster Distress Helpline Call or Text 1.800.985.5990 24/7 free and confidential support for people experiencing emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster. National Sexual Assault Hotline Call 1.800.656.HOPE (4673)  |  Online chat 24/7 free and confidential support around sexual harassment, abuse, and assault. National Human