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“Shattering the Silence of Sexual Violence” – AUGUST 14 – Baton Rouge, LA

“Shattering the Silence of Sexual Violence”AUGUST 14 – Baton Rouge, LA Click to View the LSP Training Invitation Please join us for the 2nd Annual “Shattering the Silence of Sexual Violence” training seminar.  Last year we focused on the victims of sexual violence – this year’s program will focus on sex offenders. CLICK HERE: CLICK


PAVE Moms Shattering The Silence

Talk, Share, Shatter the Silence…donate to PAVE and receive Moms Shattering The Silence, a multi-media tool kit for Moms to talk to kids about sexual abuse. Tweet About It! #pavemoms CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO! The rate of sexual abuse is extremely high – 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys before the

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A Wonderful Resource for LGBTQ Survivors from WCSAP

There are a lot of myths and misconceptions surrounding sexual violence in the LGBTQ community. The  fact is, the LGBTQ population faces the same forms of sexual violence that the rest of the population does. What’s more, sexual violence is often used as a hate crimes tactic to target the LGBTQ population. These communities also


My Stories: Marnie and IMPACT Personal Safety

“As a survivor of stranger rape, I never had an interest in taking a self-defense class.  I teach people that being aware of your surroundings is critical. We live in a world where women must be on high alert. We teach women to avoid certain places at specific times, buddy up, and be safe rather

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PAVE Founder Angela Rose, Sexual Assault Survivor, on A&E’s Bio Channel “I Survived” & Other National Media

Angela Rose, PAVE Founder is a survivor…and thriver. At the age of 17, Angela was abducted at knife point outside a suburban Chicago shopping mall. She was assaulted by a repeat sex-offender on parole for murder-and was eventually released by her attacker. Angela shares her story through her nonprofit PAVE (Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment), across college campuses

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The Binding Project at Pace University!

A wonderful report on the Binding Project from PACE University Students: Pace University- Binding Project, 2/22 & 2/29 Kessel Student Center “Students [at PACE University] took action by participating in the binding project to spread awareness about violence perpetrated against men and women. The binding project is a project that’s a part of Angela Rose’s


OWH Call to Action: Addressing Sexual Violence on Campus: April 10 – Washington D.C.

PAVE invites you to join is in participating in the Office Of Women’s Health, Violence Against Women Steering Committee & The Office on Violence Against Women’s Call to Action: Addressing Sexual Violence on Campus Tuesday, April 10th; Hubert H. Humphrey Building – Great Hall 200 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. Click Here to Register