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Surviving in Numbers has officially become federally recognized as a 501(c)(3) public charity! All donations have been and remain tax-deductible. To celebrate this exciting milestone, the website has a new, more streamlined look. Surviving in Numbers has officially become federally recognized as a 501(c)(3) public charity! All donations have been and remain tax-deductible. To celebrate this exciting milestone, the website has a new, more streamlined look.

Surviving in Numbers has officially become federally recognized as a 501(c)(3) public charity! All donations have been and remain tax-deductible. To celebrate this exciting milestone, the website has a new, more streamlined look.

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In addition, featured today on Al Jazeera America is an article on how high schools mishandle sexual assaults. We know from a recent surge in media coverage that colleges mishandle sexual assaults much of the time, but high schools do it, too — and have been largely ignored.  Submitted via email.
In addition, featured today on Al Jazeera America is an article on how high schools mishandle sexual assaults. We know from a recent surge in media coverage that colleges mishandle sexual assaults much of the time, but high schools do it, too — and have been largely ignored. 

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In addition, featured today on Al Jazeera America is an article on how high schools mishandle sexual assaults. We know from a recent surge in media coverage that colleges mishandle sexual assaults much of the time, but high schools do it, too — and have been largely ignored. 

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Surviving in Numbers has been on display at the Massachusetts State House this week! If you are able to visit, you can see it in Doric Hall until tomorrow afternoon. The event was sponsored by Senator Cynthia Creem of Newton, who has done a lot of important work on domestic violence.

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New resource page

With so much focus on sexual assaults on campuses, younger survivors are sometimes forgotten, and they may have different needs than a college-aged or older survivor. Cross-posted today at the fabulous Know Your IX is a new resource page written by Surviving in Numbers specifically designed to address concerns younger survivors may have.

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Also: been getting a lot of blank submissions.  Before you submit your story, please make sure the text says what you want it to and that it is all in the free-form text box! Alternatively, you can always email your submission to alison.safran@gmail.com.  Also: been getting a lot of blank submissions.  Before you submit your story, please make sure the text says what you want it to and that it is all in the free-form text box! Alternatively, you can always email your submission to alison.safran@gmail.com. 

Also: been getting a lot of blank submissions.  Before you submit your story, please make sure the text says what you want it to and that it is all in the free-form text box! Alternatively, you can always email your submission to alison.safran@gmail.com. 

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"The thing that bugs me the most about it [is] how my mother reacts to it, to this day. It was her boyfriend who did it to me, and when I do things like refuse to use his name whenever referring to him, she says things like, "Oh get over it." The most messed up thing is she was raped too, so why is she so jaded to our shared pain?"

- submitted by a survivor

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