Wonderful. Let’s say ‘no more’ to domestic violence. This informative post outlines the campaign and includes a statistic that is all too real: “1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men have experienced some form of sexual victimization in their lives.” This HAS TO STOP! I am re-sharing the post here to help bring more recognition to the campaign.

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What is NO MORE?

NO MORE is a public awareness and engagement campaign focused on ending domestic violence and sexual assault. Using its signature blue symbol to increase visibility and foster greater dialogue, NO MORE seeks to break social stigma, normalize the conversation around domestic violence and sexual assault, and increase resources to address these urgent issues. NO MORE is aligned with hundreds of organizations working at the local, state and national levels on prevention, advocacy, and services for survivors.


What is NO MORE’s history?

The idea for NO MORE was sparked in 2009, in recognition that despite the significant progress made in the visibility of domestic violence and sexual assault, these problems affecting millions remain hidden and on the margins of public concern. Hundreds of representatives from the domestic violence and sexual assault prevention field came together around the idea that an overarching symbol…

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8 thoughts on “NOMORE.ORG

  1. Thanks Christy for your dedication to stopping violence in and among society today. It is far more prevalent than people seem to see, too stick ones head in the sand is to blinded by what is all around us… it must be stopped.

    Hugs from Alberta

    • Thank you for being open to reading and commenting, Rolly. It is with encouragement and open dialogue that we can continue to educate others and to move solutions to the forefront. I thought it was too valuable a post not to share!

  2. Like I’ve said to many of my memoir writing friends. We have to speak up and keep speaking so that those who have been harmed don’t have to feel shame and for the abusers out there to get the message – STRENGTH in numbers! 🙂

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