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Bike Laugh Heal
8/13 Comedian & host of , rides a cross-country on her bike & performs comedy to raise money for survivors of domestic & sexual abuse.
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Bike Laugh Heal Nov 12
THIS WEEK! & host comedians , , , & at on this Thursday 11/15! Don't miss it! Tix at
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Mara Marek Nov 10
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Mara Marek Nov 4
I like to stay awake for approx 51 hours before I make any major life decisions. Would anyone like to join me in building a large fire? @ Port Townsend, Washington
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Mara Marek Nov 3
And that’s a wrap! Logged 4100 miles on the bike. Another 1200 ride/drive up the west coast. One hit by a car. One hit into a slab of rock tile. 3 times I thought my puss was a goner. 2…
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Women in the World Nov 2
Google employees stage worldwide walkout to protest company’s sexual harassment policies:
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Safe Horizon Nov 1
ICYMI: Last week we released our Lang Report, which details findings and recommendations on how to improve the lives of domestic violence survivors living in shelter.
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Joyful Heart Nov 1
Congratulations and thank you to all who played a role in reaching this milestone. Together, we can .
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RAINN Nov 1
24 years of supporting survivors. More than 2.7 million people helped. We believe you.
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Sunny Hostin Nov 1
Great article by for on why some domestic violence shelters should be non-confidential or “open.” is behind this recommendation. They are truly leading the way in NY and the nation.
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National Sexual Violence Resource Center Nov 1
Do you work with survivors who want to share their story? Our Storytelling Webinar series explores trauma-informed storytelling methods, creative ways to position stories as tools for social change, and more!
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RAINN Nov 1
The rape kit backlog is one of the biggest obstacles to prosecuting perpetrators of sexual violence. Here is how RAINN is addressing this:
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Jane Doe Inc. Nov 1
: It’s time to go beyond denouncing individual abusers. We also need to reform the institutions and systems that shelter them from consequences while punishing women who speak out. Let’s get moving.
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National Sexual Violence Resource Center Nov 1
A look at the survivors, detectives, attorney, and judge who told the world: believe women.
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Mara Marek Nov 1
Oh heyyy...I’m coming home! I will have been on this bike tour for three months and Happy Never After will be turning two years and two weeks old...so join me on November 15th and we can celebrate me finally getting off!!!
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National Sexual Violence Resource Center Nov 1
"The issue is clearly not that no one is talking about sexual violence by police—black women have been talking about it for decades, and demanding action."
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Bike Laugh Heal Nov 1
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National Sexual Violence Resource Center Oct 31
The majority of sexual assaults are never reported to police. A victim might choose not to make a report out of fear they won't be believed.
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RAINN Oct 31
It's the final day of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, but you can support survivors all year long. Learn how:
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NCADV Oct 31
"[The Gun Control Act] doesn’t explicitly require law enforcement to confiscate guns that domestic violence perpetrators already own."
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NO MORE Oct 31
What's we can ALL do beyond ? Believe & support survivors of domestic violence. Listen. Give empathy freely. Let them know that you care, & that their story matters. You can make a difference in a survivor's life. Learn how:
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