Karen Huger Shatters the Silence on BRAVO

Tune into the Real Housewives of Potomac on BRAVO this Sunday, May 21 when PAVE Ambassador Karen Huger bravely shatters the silence of sexual violence in her first televised interview about surviving sexual assault. Karen has been working with PAVE for several years and spoke at our event Champagne for Change alongside Don Lemon from

Art For SAAM

PAVE Ambassador Steve Connell wrote and performed a powerful new poem that we hope you watch and share. PAVE partnered with Go West Creative, Spoken Cinema™, UN Women and MEND™ for the launch of poet Steve Connell’s new spoken word piece about the importance of engaging men to be a part of the solution in ending

Love. Care. Heal.

  A junior at Georgetown Day School named Tyce has a passion for consent education and supporting survivors. She has dedicated her independent study to creating packages to help heal survivors. Please click here to donate and join us on May 21 for a fundraising event to support these efforts. Every 98 seconds, an American is

#ThreatsAreNotFreeSpeech

When Delaney Henderson was 16 years old, two boys from her high school sexually assaulted her. When she #ShatteredTheSilence, she was harassed and bullied relentlessly forcing her to change schools and move hundreds of miles away. A rap song was even written by Anthony Murillo where he explicitly threatened to kill Delaney and another underage

#IHaveTheRightTo

ACTION ALERT! Participate in the #IHaveTheRightTo campaign and support Chessy Prout! PAVE stands with courageous teen sexual assault survivor Chessy Prout! Last week, Owen Labrie was back in court seeking a new trial. Labrie, a former prep school student at St. Paul’s School, was convicted in 2015 of sexually assaulting his classmate as part of

PAVE Welcomes Alex Prout to the Board of Directors

We can never erase what happened to our daughter but we can pour every ounce of our energy into preventing other young people from rape and sexual assault.  Sending your child to boarding school, summer camp, or even to college, should not be a dangerous decision. -Alex Prout Alexander Prout has served as the Managing Director

The Silence Is Over

 The Silence Is Over: A Journey of Empowerment from Survivors of Sexual Abuses Submission Deadline:  May 15th, 2017 Sexual assault and abuse are traumatic experiences that cross political lines, country lines and gender lines. It’s a trauma no one should have to experience, but many all over the world do. And for those who have felt