Ending domestic violence and sexual assault is a long journey, one that will be challenging and difficult. Addressing the necessary change within the NFL will take time and effort, but is a crucial step toward NO MORE domestic violence and sexual assault.

Want to bring NO MORE to your campus? Join us for a webinar on September 17th at 5 pm ET to get info, tools, and resources to help you raise awareness about sexual assault and domestic violence on YOUR campus! Register today! http://bit.ly/YuHweO

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#NOMORE asking “Why does the victim stay?”

#NOMORE blaming the victim. 

It’s time to start asking the question: “Why does the abuser abuse?”

@bevtgooden: I stayed because I was halfway across the country, isolated from my friends and family. And there was no one to help me. #WhyIStayed

The outpour of #WhyIStayed and #WhyILeft stories from both men and women speaks volumes & helps teach us all about the pain, prevalence and complexity of domestic violence. Check out 19 #WhyIStayed Tweets that everyone should read.

We need to do better.

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Victims of sexual assault have a lot to be afraid about. It turns out that only 3% of rapists ever see the inside of a jail cell. Think about that for a moment. Now that you’ve thought about it, listen to Zerlina Maxwell do a talk on how we can help solve the problem. A lot of messaging focuses on blaming the victim. Yet, when cities like Vancouver actively ran campaigns to tell guys what constitutes rape, they decreased sexual assault by 10% in one year. Education is key. And Zerlina is here to educate you.

NO MORE.

After photos of her alleged rape went viral, 16-yr-old Jada turns to social media to take back control of her story with #IamJada. Join us in standing with Jada. Share her story today: http://nomore.org/jada-survivor/ #JusticeforJada

After photos of her alleged rape went viral, 16-yr-old Jada turns to social media to take back control of her story with #IamJada. Join us in standing with Jada. Share her story today: http://nomore.org/jada-survivor/ #JusticeforJada