DV/IPV Sexual Assault

The NO MORE Project

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Maybe you’ve seen the email, tweets or Facebook page about the NO MORE Project, but just in case, check out this incredible collaboration and the webinar that will introduce you to their work and their mission (which I look forward to hearing about from FHO readers, since I will be out of the country).

Over the past year and a half, representatives from several domestic violence and sexual assault organizations have been coming together with a small group of funders and private sector volunteers to work on an exciting new effort called The NO MORE Project.  The NO MORE Project is about creating a new, over-arching visual symbol to help raise public awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault.  Like the red AIDS ribbon or the peace sign, we hope this symbol will help augment and connect the efforts of domestic violence and sexual assault organizations large and small, supplementing rather than replacing our existing logos and brands.  We also hope it will be widely adopted by members of the public, to express their solidarity with us on these issues.

We hope you will be able to join us as we host a national Web conference to preview The NO MORE Project:   

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

1pm Eastern Time (10am Pacific, 11am Mountain, 12pm Central)

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REPEATED AT 4pm Eastern Time (1pm Pacific, 2pm Mountain, 3pm Central)

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Space is limited. If the session you want to attend is full, please join the waiting list:

Presenters will include:

  • Sue Else, National Network to End Domestic Violence
  • Monika Johnson Hostler, National Alliance to End Sexual Assault
  • Darlene Johnson, Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice
  • Rita Smith, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • Delilah Rumburg, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape
  • Jane Randel, Liz Claiborne

We’ve been fortunate to have the pro bono input of some of America’s leading creative thinkers, including the executive editor of PEOPLE magazine, the former president of Oprah Winfrey’s television network, the founder of Women & Co at CitiGroup, the former president of the (RED) campaign, and an ad executive who helped create the “Priceless” campaign for MasterCard. One of the nation’s leading branding agencies (Sterling Brands) stepped forward with pro bono creative. Together, we have developed a symbol, created a verbal communication plan, and conducted focus groups and quantitative research.  We will be sharing all of the exciting findings at the Web conference!

We have broad representation from across the domestic violence and sexual assault fields.  The Steering and Executive Committees for the project include (in alphabetical order):  A Call to Men, Allstate Foundation, Avon Foundation, Blue Shield of California Foundation, Casa de Esperanza, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence, Futures Without Violence, Joyful Heart Foundation, Liz Claiborne Foundation, Men Can Stop Rape, National Alliance to End Sexual Assault, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, National Domestic Violence Hotline, National Network to End Domestic Violence, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, Safe Horizon, Verizon Foundation, and the Office on Violence Against Women at the U.S. Department of Justice.