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I’m thrilled to be joining the Breakthrough family.
- A Message from Nakisha M. Lewis - I would like to take a moment ...
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Introducing the new President and CEO of Breakthrough U.S.
- A message from Sunil Savkar, Chair, Breakthrough Board of Directors - On behalf of ...
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Breakthrough Stands Against AAPI Hate
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have witnessed a disturbing rise in violence, ...
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The Next Step In Breakthrough’s Journey
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarch 15, 2021 The Board of Directors of Let’s Breakthrough (USA) and the ...
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Protected: How Breakthrough is continuing to build community despite COVID-19
The world is experiencing an unprecedented moment where together we are all yearning for connection, ...
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Meet The Unsung Heroes of the #MeToo Movement: ‘It’s Powerful to Be Honored’
Long before the "#MeToo era" was given a name, activists worked tirelessly with and for ...
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Campus Organizing Guide

We’ve partnered with our friends at NO MORE to bring you this campus organizing guide. Breakthrough and NO MORE are working together to help grassroots activists make gender-based violence a year-round priority. To make that happen, we want to empower you to make a difference on your campus.

We’ve partnered with our friends at NO MORE to bring you this campus organizing guide. Breakthrough and NO MORE are working together to help grassroots activists make gender-based violence a year-round priority. To make that happen, we want to empower you to make a difference on your campus.

The work of mobilizing our communities has never been so important. Rates of violence and discrimination are rising, but the new leadership in the Department of Education doesn’t see gender-based violence as an issue worth focusing on you. We disagree, of course – and that’s where you come in.

This guide is filled with resources that can help with your Sexual Assault Awareness Month activism and other activism around relationship violence, sexual assault, non-consensual photo-sharing, violence and discrimination around trans students and other forms of gender-based violence. It covers a lot because there’s a lot of work to be done, and because we wanted to give you the most comprehensive guide we could.

With the right support, everyone has the ability to create change in their community. This guide is going to be your first step in making your campus a safer place for everyone.