PAVE (Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment), a national non-profit advocacy group, works to raise awareness of and prevent sexual assault in high schools across the country. February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month.

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Angela Rose, CEO and Founder of PAVE, and assault survivor, introduced four courageous and outspoken survivors who were raped in high school and bullied by classmates after their trauma. The convergence of these teen victims and their moms – several of whom have been featured on CNN, MSNBC, CBS and 48 Hours  – provided tangible tips to help parents understand the complex issue of prevention in schools, bullying, and helping teens heal.

This event is a call to action to shatter the silence and prevent sexual violence in high schools. 

WHAT: Press conference to shatter the silence of victims and prevent sexual violence in high schools

WHO: PAVE: Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment and a courageous group of high school rape survivors, including Delaney (CBS 48 Hours), Jada (MSNBC, The View), Daisy (ABC News), and Ella. Special guest speaker about Title IX: Laura Dunn (CNN & Founder of SurvJustice)

WHERE: National Press Club – 529 14th St, NW, Washington D.C. 20045

GET INVOLVED:

1. JOIN PAVE

2. Support PAVE with your donations – we can reach so many more people with your help!

3.  Have a poster party! Download these posters and hang them in your school and/or community!

4. Get Support for you or your friend

5. Purchase a #JusticeForJada T-shirt

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