DCCESV Website Launch

Take a look at the DC Coalition to End Sexual Violence's (DCCESV) new ...

CDC Announces Research Award

Read about the CDC research award for RTI focusing on evaluating MOST Clubs....

An Improvisational View

Check out MCSR Deputy Director, Rachel Friedman's ...

Parenting for Liberation Podcast Feature

Listen to the interview with MCSR Executive Director, Neil Irvin. Thank you Parenting for Liberation for the opportunity, and a meaningful & poignant conversation reflecting on fatherhood, black male role models, ...

DCTV Award

We're excited to announce we were awarded the Voice of ...

I Am The Counter Story

Join us throughout October using the ...

UASK featured on USA Today

MCSR Deputy Director spoke with USA TODAY about our UASK ...

Counter Stories New Episode - Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Watch the new episode of Counter Stories for Domestic Violence Awareness Month from our MOST and WISE Club ...

Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)

Follow the hashtag #DCSAAM to learn about events happening throughout the month of April....

UASK Duke Launch

UASK Duke (University Assault. Services. Knowledge) is an app and website, available for any Duke University student....

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DCCESV Website Launch

Take a look at the DC Coalition to End Sexual Violence's (DCCESV) new website!...

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CDC Announces Research Award

Read about the CDC research award for RTI focusing on evaluating MOST Clubs. ...

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An Improvisational View

Check out MCSR Deputy Director, Rachel Friedman's article!...

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Parenting for Liberation Podcast Feature

Listen to the interview with MCSR Executive Director, Neil Irvin. Thank you Parenting for Liberat...

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DCTV Award

We're excited to announce we were awarded the Voice of Collaboration!...

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I Am The Counter Story

Join us throughout October using the #IAmTheCounterStory!...

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UASK featured on USA Today

MCSR Deputy Director spoke with USA TODAY about our UASK app...

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Counter Stories New Episode - Domestic V

Watch the new episode of Counter Stories for Domestic Violence Awareness Month from our MOST and WIS...

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)

Follow the hashtag #DCSAAM to learn about events happening throughout the month of April. ...

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UASK Duke Launch

UASK Duke (University Assault. Services. Knowledge) is an app and website, available for any Duke Un...

Purple Thursday
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Men Can Stop Rape staff wear purple to support Domestic Violence Awareness Month! 
 
Domestic Violence Pledge

Join the Men of Strength (MOST) and Women Inspiring Strength and Empowerment (WISE) Clubs in an effort to prevent and raise awareness of Domestic Violence by signing our pledge. We will be posting photos of those who have signed the pledge!

Educate your peers, family and community. Unhealthy relationships can start early and last a lifetime. Teens often think behaviors like teasing and name calling are a "normal" part of a relationship. However, these behaviors can become abusive and develop into more serious forms of violence. A CDC nationwide survey found that 23% of females and 14% of males who have experienced rape, physical violence or stalking by an intimate partner, first experienced some form of partner violence between 11 and 17 years of age. Teen dating violence is defined as the physical, sexual, psychological or emotional violence within a dating relationship. Dating violence can take place in person or via technology and might occur between a current or former dating patrtner. 

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Workshop with Getting Out Staying Out

Josh and Jason led a workshop in New York City last week with men from Getting Out
and Staying Out, Inc. - GOSO on healthy masculinity as it relates to consent. Check out
their blog for more about our training! http://bit.ly/2ecpASQ

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