A New Beginning

Every January, you are presented with the opportunity to reinvent yourself in a positive and more productive way. This month is a chance to shake up your routine, whether that be a simple or dramatic change. Is a feeling of accomplishment and influence within your community’s growth something you wish to achieve this year? This year, don’t watch from the sidelines. Lead a lasting change on behalf of all women, men and children who are or have been victims of…

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7 Ways to Celebrate Safely This New Year’s Eve

As the clock strikes down the remaining minutes of 2018 it is important to think about your New Year’s plans. Your outfit should be eye-catching and your night should go accordingly; however, as sexual assault and domestic violence encounters continue to be a problem, it is a necessity to keep yourself safe as you start the new year. Whether you attend a party on campus, a friendly get together or enjoy the night at a bar or club, it is…

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Survivors of Suicide Day

As International Survivors of Suicide Day is approaching this November 17, it’s important to remember to talk to your loved ones about this subject. According to Forefront Suicide Prevention, in Washington State alone suicide was the eighth leading cause of death affecting 1,131 individuals in 2016. Washington Says No More stands with family, friends and anyone affected by suicide. As hundreds gather around the globe to support those who have been affected by suicide loss it is essential to show…

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Share Your Support

Ever wonder how Domestic Violence Awareness Month started?  In 1989, U.S. Congress passed a public law naming October the month of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This legislation has been approved every year since 1989 with National Coalition Against Domestic Violence delivering excellent direction for this effort. Each year, the Day of Unity is celebrated the first Monday of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  Washington Says No More is one of the many organizations leading the way in encouraging Washingtonians to…

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Staying Safe While Visiting the Emerald City this Summer

As the sun comes out, shorts and Birkenstocks become daily attire. As the temperatures increase, we witness tens of thousands of Washingtonians flocking to Seattle in the summer months. Maybe this year you’re sightseeing at the top of the Space Needle, checking out the views at Alki Beach, or just making an annual visit to historic Pike Place Market. Whatever your reason to visit our vibrant state epicenter, it’s important that your trip isn’t just memorable but also safe. In…

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