20 years ago, Keller Williams Realty associate Angela Rose was kidnapped from a shopping mall and sexually assaulted at the age of seventeen. She went on to create the national nonprofit PAVE: Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment. PAVE is working to protect our children from sexual assault – help us raise $20,000 to educate 20,000 students
#ConsentIs, a social advocacy campaign to prevent sexual violence and promote consent in schools and communities, is sweeping across the country! NO MORE even featured us on their website! Young men and women create tailor made wristbands to express why consent is important to them and post to social media with hashtag #ConsentIs. Purchase your #ConsentIs
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 7, 2016 (877) 399-1346 SafeBAE Reaches Over 5,000 Students on Sexual Violence Prevention in Arlington County High Schools Students receive education on consent, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, and Title IX This spring, over 5,000 students in Arlington County public high schools participated in workshops and campaigns to prevent sexual violence and promote consent. PAVE: Promoting Awareness,
Delaney Henderson is a survivor of sexual assault in high school, a PAVE Ambassador and co-founder of PAVE’s SafeBAE initiative. She wrote a powerful, emotional open letter to the survivor in the Stanford rape case that is now going viral. Click the media logos for the stories…
Help us #ShatterTheSilence this Saturday as 48 Hours airs the stories of PAVE Founder Angela Rose and PAVE Ambassador Delaney Henderson! (Trigger warning) Join 48 Hours on CBS as we mark some incredible milestones – the 20 year anniversary of Angela and 5 year anniversary of Delaney of their journeys of healing and seeking justice. Help
What’s so remarkable is that Angela Rose has used her experience to change the world and change our national response to sexual violence. -Lynn Rosenthal, former White House Advisor on Violence Against Women A National Conversation: Sexual Assault Prevention & Survivor Empowerment The Vice President spoke about the importance of prevention education and supporting survivors of sexual violence.
We’re proud to announce that Audrie & Daisy is being featured as a Spotlight Screening at the AFI Docs Film Festival on Thursday, June 23rd at 8pm at the Newseum. The film won’t be available for any public screenings until it premieres on Netflix in the fall so this is your one and only chance
Tune in Saturday, June 25 to CBS at 8pm EST for a special edition of 48 Hours featuring PAVE Founder Angela Rose and PAVE Ambassador Delaney Henderson (who was raped in high school). Both of these women took their pain and turned it into a positive force! Trigger warning: PAVE survivors share their stories of overcoming
Don Lemon talks about the outrage over the Stanford rape case with the producer of the Hunting Ground – and he talks about the importance of PAVE’s work and receiving PAVE’s Phoenix Award!