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Only 316 days before the start of DVAM 2019...

Fearless Masquerade Ball 2018

Since October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Lena Lewis (founder of Honeymane Hair and Marketing Executive) and Dartesia Pitts (attorney and legal analyst for Fatal Attraction) have joined forces to shed light on the issues surrounding domestic violence in the black community.  Our partnership is intended to raise awareness and money to support necessary domestic violence resources in our community to save lives. In doing so, we are hosting a masquerade ball that will culminate from a month long social media campaign from designated accounts highlighting the issues associated with do

Building Upon #1Thing Throughout the Year Facebook Live Party

This year for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, NRCDV is highlighting the importance of taking action to promote social change through the #1Thing message. Our Facebook Live Event will wrap up our DVAM activities and offer insight on how our collective “one things” can lead to social transformation all year long. 

Follow on Facebook @NRCDV. RSVP here!

My #1Thing is Transformative Twitter Chat

NRCDV will engage national, state, and community-based partners from across the movement to end gender-based violence to provide an open forum for sharing personal and organizational #1Thing messages that advance action for social change.

Follow on Twitter at @NRCDV and participate using #1Thing.

RSVP here!

La Crosse Take Back The Night

UWL students plan domestic violence awareness march Oct. 17

UWL students are teaming up with community organizations and other La Crosse higher education institutions to organize a domestic violence awareness march Wednesday, Oct. 17 as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month activities happening throughout October.

5K Walk the Walk Domestic Violence Awareness

5K Walk the Walk

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Help support VIBS through our Inaugural Walk the Walk!

October is Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

In 2017, VIBS served over 7,000 Suffolk County residents. With your support, we can continue to grow and serve more people. 

Picnic on the Porch 2018

In recognition of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Turning Point will be holding their annual Picnic on the Porch on October 5, 2018 from 11:00am to 1:00pm. The Picnic on the Porch is open to anyone who would like to stop by for some picnic fare. The Turning Point staff, board members and volunteers will be on hand to talk about their programs and services. It is an opportunity to learn more about the issue of domestic violence with the ultimate goal of breaking the cycle.

Week of Action - #TechSafety Saturday

Technology has a major impact on survivors. Newly emerging technologies are cause for conversation about the ways that this technology can be misused to harm survivors, but also how these technologies can help hold offenders accountable and be a source of connection for survivors. Take action:

Week of Action - Fame Friday

Support survivors by analyzing how we, as a society, talk about domestic violence. Domestic violence is present in the pop culture we consume – through music, movies, television, books, and media. Share how you are reframing these narratives to support survivors. Take action:

Week of Action - #PurpleThursday

Wear purple to show your support for survivors and for ending domestic violence! Share your purple on social media using #PurpleThursday.

Week of Action - #WokeWednesday

Take action! You can make a difference by advocating for legislation and elected officials that support survivors. Get involved: 

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