All voices, all stories.
The #EnoughIsEnough campaign is holding a one-day summit Wednesday April 25, 2018, bringing together activists and allies from all walks of life to discuss strategies and craft initiatives to combat sexual violence. It will be in Washington, DC and there is no charge.
The #EnoughIsEnough Summit will feature discussions by leaders of organizations across the country about effective methods for dealing with sexual violence, sexual assault in the workplace, and sexual harassment in the streets, including legal challenges and bystander intervention.
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We are in the middle of a movement.
Over the past few months, our culture has seen a shift in dialogues around sexual harassment and sexual assault. Brave individuals have shared their stories and experiences, putting a face and a name to the epidemic of sexual violence in our schools and workplaces.
What we now see is the truth: sexual harassment and sexual assault happen across all walks of life, to people of all genders, abilities, ages, races, and sexualities. More alarming is that we are immersed in a culture that not only ignores sexual misconduct, but rewards and protects sexual predators from the legal and economic ramifications of their actions.
It’s time we change the norm.
The conversation about sexual harassment and assault needs to include both the stories of survivors and new ways to address and prevent hostile environments in workplaces and schools in order to end the culture of abuse of women
(NOW) The National Organization for Women and dozens of partner organizations have come together to say Enough. Is. Enough. We stand in solidarity with survivors of sexual assault and affirm that their stories deserve to be heard and that they deserve justice. We look to tangible actions on legislative and cultural levels to provide support for survivors of sexual harassment and assault and educate people across the country on what they can do to end the epidemic of sexual violence.
Join us today and say Enough is Enough. Our silence ends now.