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Building power to end sexual violence

We are a collective of organizations who believe that survivors should be the ones shaping the national conversation on sexual violence.


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Steering committee

Steering committee

'me too.' International
National Women's Law Center
Justice for Migrant Women
National Domestic Workers Alliance


Register for the Survivors’ Summit!

If you are ready to lend your voice to the movement to end sexual violence, join us for the Survivors’ Agenda Summit, a three-day virtual convening of survivors, movement-makers, healers, and activists where we will imagine what a world free of violence looks like and how we want to use our collective voices, strength, and power to make it possible. 

From Survivors

To be a survivor means that I do not have to be ashamed of my past experience. It means that I am free to continue to tell my story, to raise awareness, and to encourage and empower other survivors to come forward and tell their stories.


The most important aspect of survivors coming together is that there is strength in numbers…We are empowered to tell our story, which is, for many of us, the first step in healing.


Get Involved

Host a Kitchen Table Conversation

Take the opportunity to engage in directed conversations with your community about how to end sexual harassment and violence.


Tell us about your agenda

The Survivors’ Agenda will be written and informed by your input and used to call for people in power to pass laws and enact institutional and systemic change on behalf of survivors, and for more survivors themselves to be positioned to help drive change.

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