Standing up to Rape Culture

Standing up to Rape Culture

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a time to amplify the stories of survivors and inspire individuals to take action to stop sexual violence in their communities.
That’s why this week, we’re asking you to tweet that you believe victims of sexual assault. Together, we can stand with survivors and challenge the cycle of violence.
We’re making progress thanks to films like The Hunting Ground and initiatives like the White House’s It’s On Us. But we still have a long way to go to.
Just take singer Kesha’s attempt to break from former producer and alleged assaulter, Dr. Luke. Last week, she shared that she was offered freedom from her contract if she recanted her sexual assault accusations. But rather than perpetuate the myth that many sexual assault claims are false, Kesha’s standing firm and demanding justice.
That’s why this week, we’re asking you to tweet that you believe victims of sexual assault. Together, we can stand with survivors and challenge the cycle of violence. From representation project.org
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