Mixed Messages

This morning a two-hour drive from Philadelphia to Harrisburg had me listening to an unusually full set of morning news programming. As world, business, and local news updates cycled and my morning coffee settled in, two stories in particular caught my attention.

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Picture of speaker Sarah Rice with text "Recap: National Campus Sexual Assault Summit"Campus sexual assault has been getting some fierce attention in the media, online and through policy la

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National Eating Disorder Awareness Week logoSexual Assault Awareness Month, AKA SAAM, plays well with others. Here at the SAAM blog we’re always excited to have the opportunity to highlight other relevant topics and campaigns.

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New SAAM Products NSVRC has a new online store, and it’s stocked with products for Sexual Assault Awareness Month and beyond.

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I’d be lying if I tried to deny that the most repeated phrase I’ve been saying the past few weeks is, “Can you believe it’s November?” In the beginning of the month, you could still hear the surprise in my voice, but at times this confession felt like a plea. Really, November, chill out. Suffice it to say, it’s been a busy month. I’m on pretty friendly terms with busy, and I can let you know we hit some major planning milestones and deadlines this month.

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This week the Talk early, talk often series continues on the SAAM Blog with a guest post from sexaulity educator Alison Bellavance, M.Ed., CSE. 

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I find myself struggling with the opposite of writer’s block lately. It’s the sort of catch-22 when there’s so much out there to comment on, you don’t quite know where to begin. Media literacy is vital to the activist’s tool box, but in a media driven culture it’s exhausting to keep up with the outrage.

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Chances are you’ve heard us spreading the word about the National Sexual Assault Conference. This prevention palooza is right around the corner.

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SAAM 2013 is around the corner, and to explore this April's theme of healthy childhood development, we are excited to announce the "Talk early, talk often!" SAAM blog series. To kick-off the Talk early, talk often! blog series, the SAAM blog is excited to feature a guest post from Donna Greco, Training & Technical Assistance Director at NSVRC.  

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A report released today explores whether college and university policies in the U.S. are making the grade when it comes to addressing sexual assault. Making the Grade?

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