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U.S. Army SHARP
We empower Soldiers/Army Civilians to prevent sexual violence.
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U.S. Army SHARP May 26
Each Sunday, has online chat sessions for male sexual assault survivors in the military at 1300 ET: .
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U.S. Army SHARP May 23
: Everyone’s response to trauma is different.
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U.S. Army SHARP May 21
The effects of sexual assault can be difficult to navigate. Learn how you can help at .
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U.S. Army SHARP May 18
Address directly, indirectly, through another person, through your chain of command, or by filing a formal complaint. Details: .
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U.S. Army SHARP May 17
: Terms of endearment may be considered verbal sexual harassment. More info: .
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U.S. Army SHARP May 15
it’s common & normal for men to question their masculinity after an unwanted sexual experience? Being sexually assaulted/abused doesn’t make you less of a man.
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U.S. Army SHARP May 12
provides support for sexual assault survivors in the military. Help is available worldwide, 24/7 at .
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U.S. Army SHARP May 9
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U.S. Army SHARP May 7
: A physical reaction to unwanted sexual contact doesn’t equal consent.
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U.S. Army SHARP May 2
may be over, but our work to end sexual violence & continues.
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U.S. Army SHARP Apr 28
Learn how provides anonymous & secure support to sexual assault survivors in the DoD community: .
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U.S. Army SHARP Apr 26
Replying to @DonnaA1348
We’re working to ensure people know what retaliation looks/feels like & empower them to address it when seen. Independent authorities investigate each report. When conduct meets the legal definition of retaliation, it can result in court-martial or non-judicial punishment.
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U.S. Army SHARP Apr 26
Stepping in doesn’t always mean you have to physically intervene. Contact info for military law enforcement near your base/installation: .
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U.S. Army RDECOM Apr 25
.'s workforce supported the 2018 1 mile walk and observance by wearing jeans to spread awareness about prevention and putting an end to sexual harassment and assault.
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Nashville District Apr 25
Nashville District employees in Music City are wearing Blue Jeans on Denim Day, an annual campaign to prevent sexual violence through education & public awareness! culminates Sexual Assault Awareness Month!
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USASMDC/ARSTRAT Apr 25
Redstone Arsenal employees dress up for Denim Day in support of the Sexual Harassment and Assault Response Prevention program April 25.
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USASMDC/ARSTRAT Apr 25
’s lone employee, Tom Gray, dresses up for Denim Day in support of the Sexual Harassment and Assault Response Prevention program April 25.
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U.S. Army SHARP Apr 25
Replying to @NepgearGo
Some members of the Team can wear denim in support of sexual assault survivors on . We encourage them to check with their installation for approval.
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Detroit District Apr 25
It's ! Wearing jeans today is part of an effort to raise awareness of and prevent future sexual assault and harassment.
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Army Contracting Apr 25
at ACC will actually be tomorrow to wrap-up April's month - civilians & Soldiers wear your jeans, plan for trivia, refreshments, etc
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