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Links to organizations and people we think are dope.

Philly Stands Up

Philly Stands Up is small collective of individuals working in Philadelphia to confront sexual assault in our various communities. They believe in restoring trust and justice within our community by working with both survivors and perpetrators of sexual assault. They believe that sexual assault comes in many forms and are doing what they can to actively combat it.

Support New York

Support New York is a collective dedicated to supporting survivors of sexual assault whose aim is to meet the needs of the survivor and to open and maintain a larger dialogue within the community about consent, mutual aid, the accountability of perpetrators, and our society's narrow views of abuse.


UBUNTU is Women of Color and Survivor-led.
In Durham, North Carolina, USA, community members are breaking the silence about sexual assault and racist violence as part of a long struggle against racism, classism, sexism and all forms of oppression.

Broken Beautiful Press

Broken Beautiful Press is based on the basic assumption that love, knowledge and inspiration are renewable resources for revolution that we produce together everyday. You can also visit their old site.


A group of activists in the Seattle area banded together in August 1999 to create an organization that would undermine the root causes of sexual violence. By January 2000, these activists established Communities Against Rape and Abuse (CARA), an organization spearheaded by survivors who are marginalized from mainstream sexual assault services.

Doris Zine

The creator of Doris Zine has resources for abuse survivors and their allies.


INCITE! is a national activist organization of radical feminists of color advancing a movement to end violence against women of color and our communities through direct action, critical dialogue, and grassroots organizing.

Generation Five

Generation FIVE’s mission is to end the sexual abuse of children within five generations.

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