FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarch 15, 2021 The Board of Directors of Let’s Breakthrough (USA) and the Board of Trustees of Breakthrough Trust (India) are pleased to announce the following major milestone in the growth of our organizations.  For more than twenty years, Breakthrough has worked in unity of mission between our two organizations to drive culture…

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We partnered with Facebook to test how targeting micro-communities could build organic interest and offline connections. Powering Culture Change to End Campus Sexual Assault The campaign goal was to disrupt and transform the culture of sexual violence on campuses to make all students safer. By targeting students and people affiliated with universities through social media,…

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lynn Harris Phone: 212.868.6500 Email: lynn@breakthrough.tv New York, NY —April 5 – Breakthrough announced today that its multimedia storytelling platform THE G WORD has been honored for Best Web: Activism in the 20th Annual Webby Awards. Hailed as the “Internet’s highest honor” by The New York Times, The Webby Awards, presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts…

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Refinery29 Kasandra Brabaw 2/15/2017 Sharing nude photos and sex videos without permission counts as sexual harassment and abuse, and is illegal in some states. That should be obvious, but many people are somehow hazy on the principals behind what is commonly known as “revenge porn” — sharing intimate images of someone without their consent. In fact, a…

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Journal of College Admission Kathryn Drury Wagner 01/24/2017 College-age women are the demographic most likely to be victims of sexual violence, yet 80 percent of college students don’t report these incidents. What are colleges doing to address this issue, and what role does campus safety play in admission? When parents of today’s students were applying…

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASESeptember 9, 2016Contact: Amy Lebowitz, Camino PR 212.255.2575 / amy@caminopr.com Lawmakers must continue listening to young people, survivors NEW YORK — U.S. House Republicans and Democrats voted unanimously Tuesday to approve the Survivor’s Bill of Rights, legislation that will support and ensure protections for survivors of sexual assault. Phoebe Schreiner, U.S. country director of…

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