What is NO MORE?

The best way to reduce the incidence of domestic violence and sexual assault and help survivors is to talk about the issues and, as a society, to put our collective energies together to focus on solutions. That’s exactly what the NO MORE campaign is doing.

NO MORE is a simple idea with the power to unleash new, major attention to the numbers of people all around us who are hurt – directly or indirectly — by domestic violence and sexual assault every day and every minute. We all know people who have been touched by this violence but still, domestic violence and sexual assault remain hidden and misunderstood.

Like the peace sign, the “support our troops” ribbon or the AIDS ribbon, our goal is to use the NO MORE symbol to help unify all people and organizations who want to end domestic violence and sexual assault. NO MORE shines a spotlight on these issues.  Each of us can use NO MORE to stop the stigma, shame and silence for good.

NO MORE was created  by 50 people from many different backgrounds who were frustrated by the fact that even though domestic violence and sexual assault know no boundaries– impacting rich, poor, young, old, male, female, white, brown, black, from every region and religion – they are not a priority in this country.

It’s time to change that. It’s time to say NO MORE.

To see how you can be a part of the change, click here: NO MORE!
 

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