Title IX & Sexual Violence

"I carried an enormous amount of shame and guilt about what happened."
- Katie, Survivor of Sexual Assault
RAINN Survivor Stories

According to RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network), an incident of sexual assault occurs in the United States every 68 seconds. Only a fraction of these assaults result in the perpetrators being held accountable for their actions. In educational settings, Title IX is meant to protect individuals from sexual violence and hold abusers accountable if they break this federal law. While Title IX policies exist, many survivors are not aware of them or fail to understand their rights. In these cases, survivors can suffer alone and in silence.

Click the buttons below to learn about the programs that are working to advocate for the rights of survivors, support them in their survivor journey, and change the systems that put them at risk in the first place.

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