Together we can end domestic violence and sexual assault.
CBS 2 has teamed up with Chicago Says No More as their media partner.
Chicago Says No More is focused on ending the silence and changing the way that America talks about—and doesn’t talk about—domestic violence and sexual assault. It’s about ending the excuses and misinformation that are used to shelter this American epidemic.
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Chicago Says No More is dedicated to addressing the challenges of domestic violence and sexual assault in the Chicago metro area. It is aligned with the national NO MORE campaign that was started by a coalition of leading advocacy groups, service providers, and major corporations.
The initial goals of Chicago Says No More are to:
- Marshal resources of the Chicago metro area to combat domestic violence and sexual assault.
- Change the culture and conversation about domestic violence and sexual assault so citizens can make a difference.
- Provide fresh, innovative ways to leverage resources offered by myriad not-for-profit domestic violence and sexual assault organizations by establishing system-wide solutions to challenges they experience.
AShore Thing, July 11, 2015
AShore Thing Event – July 11, 2015
TEST400K/End Rape On Campus Meeting
Training Program for Salon Professionals Task Force Meeting
“The Hunting Ground” Screening at Mesirow Financial
CBS 2’s Shawnelle Richie, Debbie Buckley, Mary Kay Kleist, and Marty Wilke
with Chicago Says No More founder Kristie Paskvan
CBS 2’s Ed Curran, Marissa Bailey, and Mary Kay Kleist