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- Media: Shedding New Light on Sex Assault Epidemic
- More Than 1,700 People Show Up for Survivors at Walk for Change
- Press Release: More Than 1,700 People Show Up for Survivors of Sexual Violence at Walk for Change
- Tips for Talking about Sexual Violence
- Op-Ed: Sexual Harassment Needs to Be a Firing Offense
- Media: Events Raise Awareness on Sexual Assaults
- How Your Participation in the Walk for Change Helps Survivors
- Op-Ed: 3 Ways You Can Help End Sexual Assault
- BARCC’s Walk for Change: Kids Are Invited!
- Show Your Support by Showing Up!
- Fostering a Sanctuary for Immigrant Survivors of Sexual Violence
- Press Release: April Is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
- Press Release: Walk for Change
- Bark for BARCC!
- Awareness into Action
- Self-Defense and Creative Writing Workshop
- Protecting Transgender Students
- Take Action to Protect Title IX
- A Message to Survivors on Valentine’s Day
- Media: Real Reform for Reducing Sexual Abuse in Schools
- The Next Generation of Leaders against Sexual Violence
- Protecting Your Privacy While Walking for Change
- Media: Activist Training Gets Bostonians Involved in Fighting Islamophobia
- Media: Meet the People Behind the Boston Women’s March
- BARCC Bandanas for Sale
- Media: What You Need to Know about the New Uber and Lyft Background Checks
- Op-Ed: Shutting Down Locker Room Talk
- A Caring Voice on the Hotline
- Exploring Your Legal Options
- Marching for America in Boston and Beyond
- Ready to Design the Next Walk for Change T-Shirt?
- What You Can Do to Support Survivors
- Upcoming Community Events: Healing and Action
- Be Hope: A Call to Action
- Media: MBTA launches new anti-sexual harassment campaign
- BARCC, MBTA, and Partners Launch New Anti-Sexual Harassment Campaign
- 2016 Champions for Change Gala & Auction Most Successful Yet
- Preserving Evidence, Empowering Survivors
- Every Survivor Deserves Support—Including Those in Prison
- Survivor Speakers Bureau Training
- Webinar on Vicarious Trauma
- Announcing Teen Drop-In Sessions
- Let’s Focus on Healing, Prevention, and Accountability
- Letter to the Editor: Criminal Justice System Ill-Prepared to Tackle Cases of Sexual Violence
- Urgent Support for Youth Survivors: Call Your Legislators!
- Blog under construction
- Protecting Legal Rights of Survivors
- Weathering the Storm
- Lessons Learned from Nelson Mandela
- Prevention tips
- Shout out to all my colleagues and BARCC volunteers
- Lyric Epiphanies
- Whose Stories Matter: A Look at the Responses to Chris Brown
- What if this is how we reported on sexual violence?
- The Deep Freeze
- Unplugging from Technology
- Short Overview of NSAC2013
- On Getting Some Help
- What Makes a Safe(r) Ride?
- Reflections on my painful yet empowering trip to the dentist
- Positive Community Responses: Giving Options Rather Than Limitations
- Those Boundaries - Our own cover of the Robin Thicke “Blurred Lines”
- RACISM & MALE PRIVILEGE: Breaking the Silence after George Zimmerman’s Acquittal
- News Roundup for Independence Day
- Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere: How DOMA, SB5, and VRA are interrelated
- Homelessness and Youth: Impacts and How YOU Can Help!
- The Importance of Self-Care
- Boy Scouts voting on allowing open gay youth: A step that is just not far enough
- Impact and response: SAPR officials charged with sexual assault
- It takes more than words
- A Collection of Responses
- Why We’re Walking Wednesdays, Volume 3
- Legislative Action Day 2013: Intersections of Sexual Violence and Homelessness
- Why We’re Walking Wednedays, Volume 2
- Why We’re Walking Wednesdays, Volume 1
- Making Meaning, Taking Action: Reflections on Steubenville
- The Sexual Violence in the History of Weddings
- Language Matters: A response to the Onion’s tweet
- The Flawed Safety of Facebook…One Person’s Story
- The Invisible War Reveals Obstacles to Justice for Victims of Military Rape
- GET INVOLVED! - Upcoming Events
- An Intern’s Insights: Serving the DHCD with a 51a
- New protections for survivors in Massachusetts!
- New Year’s Resolutions
- Self-care in the holiday season and beyond
- Victim Blaming
- Spotlight on the Survivor Speakers’ Bureau
- The Gala is Fast Approaching!
- The Creative Expression of Survivors
- The Fear That Our Communities Will Fail Us
- DTR: What Does Sexual Violence Prevention Look Like?
- Domestic Violence Awareness Month
- Venting about the News….again
- Responses to the BU Task Force
- Project Unspoken
- An Ode to the Volunteers
- BARCC’s Response to Akin’s Statements
- Why We Do (and Love!) This Work
- Help Pass Better Housing Laws for MA DV/SV Victims!
- Dawson’s Creek: Nostalgia versus Messaging
- Invisble War Review
- Moving Forward and Focusing on Prevention
- Invisible War Boston Release: July 6
- Learning from Teachable Moments
- Removing Barriers to Safety for Immigrant Survivors in Massachusetts
- Reading the Comments…
- More Voices Needed
- Many Reasons. One Goal. Walk for Change.
- When Rape and Medicine Collide: A Survivor’s Story
- A World of Blogs!
- Sexual Assault Awareness Month is Right Around the Corner!
- Welcome Hollaback Boston!
- The Rise of Sexting
- VA Proposed Legislation Effects on Survivors
- Condeming Liz Trotta’s Reaction to Military Sexual Assault Response Program
- Rape Joking Our Way to Social Change?
- The Dangeous Effects of ‘Honest Rape’
- Op-ed Defriending My Rapist
- Support Girl Scouts Policy to Accept ALL Girls
- An Impression of MissRepresentation
- FBI Changes Definition of Rape
- Helping a Friend -What do I do?
- Get it Straight: It’s Rape and not “Sleep Sex”
- Fashion for BARCC
- Musings on the Response to UVM’s “Rape Survey” Story
- Blame it on the Rapist
- The STOP Act: Sexual Assault in the Military
- Street Harassment & Comedy
- Survivors and the Holidays
- Facebook Victory
- Life of a College Woman
- Shifting the Focus
- Patriarchy Rebranding
- No Logical Connection
- You Want Me to Do What? Stories in Semi-Successful Bystander Engagement
- Not Getting Away With It
- SlutWalk tensions
- Protest in New York
- Talking About Rape at Science Fiction Conventions
- Slut Walk
- Come out to the rally on Tuesday!
- Get Involved!
- It is never too early
- Movie Review: Sucker Punch
- Quick Hits
- International Anti-Street Harassment Day: THIS Sunday
- What Causes Rape?
- New Study on Women
- Community Conversations
- Is this real?
- Bad Science…how we hate you
- Social Jenga
- Yes Has to Mean Yes
- Assange update!
- Online activism for today
- Legislative Advocacy Guest Post!
- Let’s Talk about Julian Assange.
- Making it visceral
- Quick Monday Shot: Holly Gets it SUPER RIGHT
- The Value of Training
- On Private Practice
- Not that Complicated
- Alcohol Doesn’t Rape
- Stay Classy!
- Being a straight guy doesn’t make any sense
- Patriarchy City Planning
- Exciting times at BARCC!
- Make It Better
- Quick Hit
- Pipeline from Masculinity to Rape
- Masculinity - what is it good for?
- Words from a perpetrator
- Yay Service Heroes!
- Scott Pilgrim vs. The Dominant Narrative
- Gender Performance and Rape Survivors
- More Gender Branding
- Prop 8 Overturned!
- Rape and Sex
- One Last Blogathon Note!
- Good Things Are Happening!
- Call It What It Is
- Why is it hard to talk about?
- Thoughts Contingent on Private Abuse
- Tactical Fouling and Sexual Violence
- Links for your Thursday
- If you tell men that women are children, they will treat them like children
- Action time!
- Gotta do the work
- Friday Link Roundup!
- Patriarchy and the Force
- Accepting Normal
- New Volunteer Training!
- Sexual Assault in the LGBTQ community
- Fight the Lions
- My Body Is Not Your Property
- Gender Branding
- The common thread
- If the old model is broken, get a new one
- What Would You Do? (Guest post by volunteer Lisa!)
- Thoughts on Privilege
- Rape Culture 101
- Rape Culture and Road Rage
- How You Can Help
- Exciting Events Coming Up
- Foley is Good
- Abuse is abuse, no matter where it comes from
- Guest Post: Rethinking the Word Accuser
- What We Can Learn from UVA
- The potential of the internet
- Prison Rape is Not a Laughing Matter
- Disclosures and Silencing
- The Walk for Change and the Power of Community
- An Incomplete Analogy
- Like Bowling Team Names
- “Actually, I really like that show.”
- When You Listen
- Exciting Readings from around the Tubes
- Actually, Yeah. It’s Rape.
- Keeping Perspective
- Volunteer Spotlight: Survivor Speakers Bureau
- More Rape Culture
- The Clothesline Project
- PAX East Does Community Right
- Save SANE!
- Basic Bystander Action
- Confronting My Neighborhood’s Violent Past
- There is No Such Thing as ‘Gray Rape’
- Risk Reduction Doesn’t Work
- Sportswriters: Don’t Let The Facts Get in the Way of Your Victim Blaming
- She Wasn’t Asking For It
- Raise Money for the Walk
- On Perpetration and Prevention
- Campus Sexual Assault: BARCC’s Response
- Being the Good Guy
- The Lady Gaga Moment
- That Girl at the Party
- White Ribbon Campaign 2010
- An open letter to Amanda Palmer
- At long last, restraining orders for survivors
- Walk for Change with BARCC!
- Meet the bloggers!
- Welcome to the BARCC blog!