April comes and goes quickly in the world of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This year was particularly exciting as new voices, allies and partners helped to spread the word about SAAM. To close out this year’s campaign, it’s time to look back at an amazing month of activities and look forward with a vision for what’s ahead.

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Picture of youth with text banner: SAAM 2014: Healthy sexuality and young peopleApril is just a few months away, and I’m very excited to share that SAAM 2014 materials are here!

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Are you ready for April? It's here! April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and it's an exciting time to use our voices to raise awareness and prevent sexual violence. 

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Graphic with text SAAM and social mediaCan you believe it’s almost April? I can hardly contain my excitement for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. If you are feeling the same way, don’t worry! It’s time to start spreading the word.

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This week the Talk early, talk often series continues on the SAAM Blog with a guest post from author and expert Dr. Janet Rosenzweig.

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2012

During April, raised awareness of the prevalence and impact of sexual violence is an opportunity to bolster prevention efforts. This year’s campaign, “It’s time … to talk about it,” focuses on healthy sexuality and encourages communities and individuals to join the conversation in order to prevent sexual violence.

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Banner: Make a differenceJill Laster is the language access specialist for the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

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Can you believe it’s December? I can, but only because SAAM had a November to remember! The fall is always one of the busiest times of our campaign planning schedule, but it’s also when we start to see the tangible evidence of all our planning efforts.

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