Speak Out

Despite its prevalence in our society, sexual violence is difficult to talk about — with family, co-workers, fellow worshippers, even your closest friends. People have many different feelings about and reactions to the issue of sexual violence. They may have preconceived ideas about its causes and how to prevent it. They may even have experienced sexual violence themselves.

Speaking out is an important part of creating the social change we need to end sexual violence. BARCC can help you find safe and effective ways to speak out.

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Coming soon: Tips and training on how to talk about sexual violence to anybody, anywhere, anytime

 

“Inviting my friends and family to walk with me at the Walk for Change finally gave them something to do to show their support and care for me. ”

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