In 2013 a revolution was born when NO MORE was crafted in efforts to end domestic violence and sexual assault around the world. Since then communities have recognized the need for this important conversation to be adopted in their own states.
In 2017 Washington Says No More was crafted under the National Women’s Coalition Against Violence and Exploitation. In partnership with Washington State University Vancouver students, a campaign was formed in efforts to release this movement to the public.
With a similar dream as NWCAVE for a world without violence Washington Says No More has been working to educate, impact and touch local communities.
With partnerships throughout the state Washington Says No More has worked to grow not only their support, but to engage the community in conversation regarding sexual assault and domestic violence.
While bringing together the community Washington Says No More will continue to work to end sexual assault and domestic violence in Washington State.