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#VagUp! calls upon the nation to join with us to take a stand! Add your voice to ours and let’s transform a murmur into a ROAR! Up to helping more? AWESOME! You can help #VagUp! get this message out even further through a very small, tax deductible donation through PayPal past the comments section of this post.
Things you & your local communities can do together from a grassroots level:
Hold your representatives & justice departments accountable!;
Educate your local law enforcement agencies, school officials, & health care professionals on how to better handle Victims with the respect, dignity, & compassion they so desperately need & it will also encourage more people to come forward;
Raise awareness through the posting of fliers & handing out brochures with local crisis & shelter hotlines;
Holding monthly community meetings & inviting local leaders & law enforcement to them to answer questions & concerns;
Using social media apps to “go live” at these community meetings so others can not only get involved, but people in other communities can set up their own meetings, &;
Network with other communities & organizations like #VagUp! to keep up to date on the changes that we’re all trying to achieve!
Thank You So Very Much For Your Support!
Jessica M. Kandal, PhD
#VagUp! #No_Means_No #Stop_Means_Stop #End_Hook_Up_Cultue #End_Domestic_Violence #Stop_Victim_Blaming #Stop_Victim_Shaming
¹ – The tagline “Crimes Against Humanity” was first widely used, in this particular fight for justice for victims, by former President, Jimmy Carter’s campaign & TED Talks against Domestic Violence and crimes committed against Women and Children.