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What is NO MORE?

NO MORE is a public awareness and engagement campaign focused on ending domestic violence and sexual assault. Using its signature blue symbol to increase visibility and foster greater dialogue, NO MORE seeks to break social stigma, normalize the conversation around domestic violence and sexual assault, and increase resources to address these urgent issues. NO MORE is aligned with hundreds of organizations working at the local, state and national levels on prevention, advocacy, and services for survivors.



What is NO MORE’s history?

The idea for NO MORE was sparked in 2009, in recognition that despite the significant progress made in the visibility of domestic violence and sexual assault, these problems affecting millions remain hidden and on the margins of public concern. Hundreds of representatives from the domestic violence and sexual assault prevention field came together around the idea that an overarching symbol, uniting all people working to end these problems, could have a dramatic impact on the public’s awareness.


According to the Avon Foundation for Women’s 2013 NO MORE Study, 60% of Americans know a victim of either domestic violence or sexual assault, or both, yet two out of three Americans have not discussed this problem with their friends, and three out of four parents have never discussed it with their children. NO MORE aims to change that, and our data tells us that increased conversation is the key to change: in the NO MORE Study, two-thirds of Americans say that if we talk more about domestic violence and sexual assault, it would make it easier for them to help the victims.


The signature blue “vanishing point” evolved from the concept of zero – as in zero incidences of domestic violence and sexual assault. It was inspired by Christine Mau, a survivor of domestic violence and sexual abuse who is now the Director of European Design at Kimberly-Clark. The symbol was designed by Sterling Brands, and focus group tested with diverse audiences across the country who agreed that it was memorable, needed and important.




Who is behind NO MORE?

Every major national domestic violence and sexual assault organization in the U.S. – from men’s groups, to groups that help teens and young people, to organizations serving women of color, and those who focus on families and children – all of them and more are behind NO MORE.


View the complete list of organizations here.



What Will NO MORE do?

The first unifying symbol to express support for ending domestic violence and sexual assault, NO MORE is available to anyone who wants to engage in normalizing the conversation around these issues and help end domestic violence and sexual assault.


The vision:

  • NO MORE will be everywhere – on websites, t-shirts, billboards and other public spaces.
  •  Organizations and corporations, large and small, will embrace this symbol as part of their own communications.
  • When domestic violence or sexual assault makes media headlines, NO MORE will be tweeted, discussed on Facebook, shared on Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, and posted on billboards and in classrooms, offices and grocery stores across the country.


NO MORE will help end the stigma, shame and silence of domestic violence and sexual assault, while helping to increase funding for prevention efforts. Like the red ribbon did for HIV/AIDS, NO MORE will directly challenge the mindset and behaviors that lead to this violence.


Get the symbol today and start showing your support.


Why Should I Care?

The next time you’re in a room with 6 people or discussing important issues with your family, think about this:

  • 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men experience violence from their partners in their lifetimes.
  • 1 in 3 teens experience sexual or physical abuse or threats from a boyfriend or girlfriend in one year.
  • 1 in 5 women are survivors of rape.
  • 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men have experienced some form of sexual victimization in their lives.
  • 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men were sexually abused before the age of 18.*


These are not numbers. They’re our mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, children, co-workers, neighbors and friends. They’re the person you confide in most at work, the guy you play basketball with, the people in your book club, your poker buddy, your teenager’s best friend – or your own teen. If we talk about these issues the silence and shame can end for good.


*Looking for the citations for these stats? Click here.




How Can I Help?

There are endless ways you can help spread the word about NO MORE.

Say it: Learn about these issues and talk openly about them. Break the silence. Speak out. Seek help when you see this problem or harassment of any kind in your family, your community, your workplace or school. Upload your photo to the NO MORE gallery and tell us why you say NO MORE.


Share it: Help raise awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault by sharing the NO MORE symbol and message. Share the PSAs. Download the Tools to Say NO MORE and share NO MORE with everyone you know. Facebook it. Tweet it. Instagram it. Pin it. Talk about it with those in your life.


Show it: Show NO MORE by wearing your NO MORE gear everyday, supporting partner groups working to end domestic violence and sexual assault and volunteering in your community.










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On Thanksgiving Day, a preview of a new “Speechless” series of NO MORE PSA will airing during NFL broadcasts (on CBS in 1st half at about 1:45 pm EST, on FOX during halftime about 6:10 pm EST, and on NBC at the end of 3rd quarter about 11 pm EST) featuring current and former NFL players who are so moved by the content of the shoot that they were rendered speechless. These spots weren’t written. Rather, they show what happened between the takes, behind the scenes—the raw, powerful emotions that these issues raise. They are designed to shed light on how difficult it is for all of us to talk about domestic violence and sexual assault which remain taboo, hidden and painful subjects. And they reveal the depth to which we are all affected by these crimes. Most of all, they urge us to start a conversation about domestic violence and sexual assault with friends and loved ones.


Entitled “Speechless” the newest domestic violence and sexual assault PSA series from the NO MORE movement, is a raw, unscripted and powerful video collection featuring more than a dozen athletes and celebrities. The spots are stark and spare both visually and in terms of the use of only ambient sound. This Thursday’s preview with NFL players heralds the release of the full series of “Speechless” PSAs, on Dec. 4, 2014.


“Speechless” was not written. Rather the content was an unexpected byproduct of the other scripts previously aired. It was designed to shed light on how difficult it is for all of us to talk about domestic violence and sexual assault which remain taboo, hidden and painful subjects. These spots reveal the depth to which we are all affected by these previously unspeakable issues. They urge viewers to start a conversation about domestic and sexual violence with friends and loved ones.


The NFL players who participated did so not only as athletes, but as concerned fathers, brothers and men. They have joined the NO MORE movement to call attention to these urgent issues in a new way. Several had personal experiences with the issues, including former New York Jets running back Curtis Martin, Indianapolis Colts tight end Dwayne Allen and Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback William Gay whose mother was killed by an abusive partner.


The NO MORE PSAs are the result of an unprecedented collaboration of celebrities, athletes, corporations, foundations and service providers who have donated their resources to bring these hidden issues into the public eye in a way that has never been done before. They were developed pro bono by Rachel Howald at the global ad agency Y&R (Young & Rubicam), produced by the Joyful Heart Foundation; Viacom’s social responsibility umbrella Viacommunity and Viacom Velocity; directed by Joyful Heart Foundation founder Mariska Hargitay, actors Tate Donovan and Blair Underwood; and photographed by renowned celebrity photographer Timothy White.


Since October 23rd, NO MORE PSAs featuring NFL players have been airing each week during NFL broadcasts reaching more than 26.5 million people to date. The original NO MORE PSAs launched in September 2013 and have since aired more than 39,000 times nationwide, in addition to being shown during the past 12 weeks of NFL game broadcasts.


WHY? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 1 in 3 women 1 in 4 men in the United States have experienced rape, physical violence, and stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime. Twenty four people every minute – more than 12 million women and men – are victims of physical violence, rape and stalking from their partners in one year.


The 2013 “NO MORE Study,” commissioned by the Avon Foundation for Women reveals that despite the vast numbers impacted by these crimes, people are not talking about them. Three out of four (73%) parents have not had a conversation about domestic violence or sexual assault with their children.


Simply starting a conversation about these issues can help – as 64% of Americans say if we talk more about domestic violence and sexual assault, it would make it easier to help someone.


NO MORE is helping to get the conversation started.


WHO? “NFL players Speechless NO MORE” PSAs feature Alfred Morris, Cris Carter, Curtis Martin, Dwayne Allen, Dwight Hollier, Eli Manning, John Lynch, LaVar Arrington, Mark Herzlich, and William Gay.


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Before there was The Brady Bunch or 19 Kids and Counting, there was Yours, Mine, and Ours. The 1968 movie starring Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda portrayed a real-life, blended family with 20 children. (It was remade in 2005 with Dennis Quaid.) Tom North was the 11th child. Although his life.



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One in two women and one in five men have experienced sexual violence in their lives. In the current journalistic climate of he-said, she-said—with Bill Cosby and now the UVA student “Jackie” accused of fabricating details of her gang rape featured in Rolling Stone—it’s essential to keep the focus on those..



VIDEO: A Man’s Responsibility to Combat Rape Culture




He’s been called part Cormac McCarthy, part Woody Guthrie, and part Public Enemy. Minneapolis hip-hop activist Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre tackles rape culture in his poem “Action.” Listen to his words and ask yourself: Why is it so tempting to stay silent? What obligation does each of us have to speak…



Carine McCandless and the Hidden Story Behind “Into the Wild”



Jon Krakauer’s bestselling book Into the Wild immortalized Chris McCandless, the popular, affluent young man who abandoned his possessions, trekked across the country, vanished into the Alaskan wilderness for reasons apparently unknown, and was found starved to death in 1992. His story of wanderlust and reinvention struck a chord with…



Why They Weren’t Believed



America’s Dad is having a very bad week. A few days ago, Barbara Bowman wrote a personal essay in The Washington Post chronicling how Bill Cosby drugged and raped her 30 years ago. The story went viral and inspired several others to echo her experiences. Not so when the teenager spoke…



Meet Beverly Gooden, The Woman Behind #WhyIStayed




It all started with a simple hashtag. Thirty-one-year-old Bev Gooden, a human resources manager on the East Coast, was tired of people criticizing Janay Rice for defending Ray Rice after video surfaced of him assaulting her in an elevator. Bev was a domestic violence survivor herself. She knew how hard…



Abusive Relationships Can Affect Your Long-Term Health




One in three women experience violence from their partners in a lifetime. And the pain spreads far deeper and longer than the moment of impact — the punch, the slap, the kick. Living with an abuser can cause long-term chronic illnesses, too. Survivors of intimate partner violence are 70% more…



Sexual Assault Activism Comes to Five Alabama Colleges




Using pins, posters, parties, videos, and even blue-frosted doughnuts, five colleges in Birmingham, Alabama, are adopting the NO MORE mission to stop sexual assault and violence. Allison Dearing spearheads campus outreach and prevention efforts as campus coordinator for the city’s Crisis Center, Inc. Her job is funded through a 2012 grant…



The NFL’s Troy Vincent on Football’s New Mission




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The Daughter She Lost to Domestic Violence


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TRIGGER WARNING: This content deals with an account of domestic violence and may be triggering to some people. If you need help, please contact The National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE). Laura Alegria’s 25-year-old daughter, Dometria Carbajal, was killed by her estranged husband on June 6, 2004, when he broke…


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Chickens Coming Home To Roost: Reaction To NYPD Death.

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The following are statements released by the Ferguson Action & #BlackLivesMatter  organizations.


Thank you Mr. Andy Stepanian, recidivist rabble rouser & co-founder of The Sparrow Project


Ferguson Action & #BlackLivesMatter Release Responses to Murder of NYPD Officers


For Immediate Release: 9pm ET, Saturday, December 20th, 2014


Andy Stepanian, 631.291.3010,
Mervyn Marcano, 917.553.1001,







New York, NY — Ferguson Action, the wide coalition first conceived in Ferguson, MO and recently responsible for the series of highly organized responses to police killings and abuses nation-wide has issued the following statement in response to the murder of two NYPD officers in Brooklyn earlier today:

“We are shocked and saddened by the news of two NYPD officers killed today in Brooklyn. We mourned with the families of Eric Garner and Mike Brown who experienced unspeakable loss, and similarly our hearts go out to the families of these officers who are now experiencing that same grief. They deserve all of our prayers.


“Unfortunately, there have been attempts to draw misleading connections between this movement and today’s tragic events. Millions have stood together in acts of non-violent civil disobedience, one of the cornerstones of our democracy.  It is irresponsible to draw connections between this movement and the actions of a troubled man who took the lives of these officers and attempted to take the life of his ex-partner, before ultimately taking his own. Today’s events are a tragedy in their own right. To conflate them with the brave activism of millions of people across the country is nothing short of cheap political punditry.


“Elected officials and law enforcement leaders must not allow this narrative to continue, as it only serves to heighten tensions at a time when the families of those killed are in mourning.


“We stand with the families in mourning, we stand united against senseless killings, and we stand for a justice system that works for all.”


Ferguson Action, is a broad coalition of groups working against police violence.





New York, NY — #BlackLivesMatter, a national grassroots and social media driven movement at the heart of much of the recent mobilizations against police violence has issued the following statement in response to today’s murders of two NYPD officers:

“Our hearts grieve with New York, a community already reeling from the losses of Eric Garner, Ramarley Graham, Kimani Gray, Akai Gurley, Islan Nettles and many more. An eye for an eye is not our vision of justice, and we who have taken to the streets seeking justice and liberation know that we need deep transformation to correct the larger institutional problems of racial profiling, abuse, and violence.

“We know all too well the pain and the trauma that follows the senseless loss of our family members and loved ones. We extend our hearts and prayers to the families of those who lost their loved ones this week. No one should suffer the loss of those whom they love.

“At the heart of our movement work is a deep and profound love for our people, and we are rooted in the belief that Black people in the U.S. must reassert our right to live be well in a country where our lives have been deemed valueless. Together, we champion a complete transformation of the ways we see and relate to one another.

“Now is our moment to advance a dramatic overhaul of policing practices. Now is the time to direct more resources into community mental health services and practices. Now is a moment for empathy and deep listening. Now is the time to end violence against women and trans people. Now is our moment to come together to end state violence.

“Our movement, grown from the love for our people and for all people, will continue to advance our vision of justice for all of us.  Let’s hold each other close as we work together to end violence in our communities—once and for all.”

You can learn more about the #BlackLivesMatter movement HERE


#BlackLivesMatter is an ideological and political intervention in a world where Black lives are systematically and intentionally targeted for demise.  It is an affirmation of Black folks’ contributions to this society, our humanity, and our resilience in the face of deadly oppression.


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Thank you Mr. Andy Stepanian, recidivist rabble rouser & co-founder of The Sparrow Project


James Woods and Stacey Dash blame ‘PigSharpton’ and deBlasio for ‘jihad’ on cops

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I am a real Black man and I say what I feel/think on a regular basis. This is not how this movement responds to the unnecessary Black Genocide unleashed against  a historically peaceful people, by a racist element such as AmeriKKKan law enforcement. At the same time, I could give a fuck. When racist supporters of racist cops smiled and grinned while wearing “I Can Breath” tee shirts Friday evening…all to taunt peaceful #BlackLivesMatter protesters in New York City, all was well….AND good.


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Less than 24 hours, the grins and smiles are gone. “Ain’t NO fun when the hunted rabbit got the gun.” I don’t know nor do I care what Ismaaiyl Brinsley’s motive was in killing two NYPD cops. He broke the law and was armed, which is more than the 200 Black men/women who didn’t have a chance to live after coming into contact with law enforcement who are payed “To Serve & Protect.”


Ismaaiyl Brinsley, the assassin who executed two cops in Brooklyn on Saturday

Ismaaiyl Brinsley, the assassin who executed two cops in Brooklyn on Saturday

Mr. Ismaaiyl Brinsley, the alledged man who executed two cops in Brooklyn on Saturday, was not ever a representative of any organization connected to #Ferguson, #BlackLivesMatter or any other group protesting the Black Genocide of unarmed Black Americans. Will that stop racist caucasian corporate owned media outlets from spinning this police execution as fits their evil agenda? Hell No. 


Mr. Ismaaiyl Brinsley committed his crime for whatever his reasons. Only he and his mind know what those reasons were, I certainly do not and neither does anyone else know his intentions. 


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Two NYPD cops ‘assassinated’ in Brooklyn ‘revenge’ killing 


AP sources: Cops’ killer angry at chokehold death – Yahoo 


What I do know is if you keep murdering unarmed Black Americans, because you were raised by your parents to fear and hate Black skin, you eventually get what you deserve, and I mourn NOT for you or your family. There are good cops in AmeriKKKa. When those good cops remain silent on the unprovoked murder of unarmed Black citizens, they become bad evil racist cops….just because of their silence.


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Equal justice under the law is an American right based on The U.S. Constitution. Problem is the caucasian forefathers never wrote that document to include anyone who was/is not caucasian. The U. S. Constitution does NOT cover anyone of color who is not caucasian. If you believe Black Americans, or Latino Americans or any group NOT walking around with “white” skin, is protected in today’s justice system… better wake the fuck up and ask somebody.


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This cop, among others, discovered to be a KKK member…and was placed on PAID LEAVE which amounts to a paid vacation.


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The U.S. UnSupreme Court has declared that racism is over and we live in a “post racial” AmeriKKKa.


Two NYPD officers murdered in ‘execution style’ ambush



2 NYPD officers murdered in Brooklyn








When cops get killed in the line of duty, the media mourns. When Black Americans are killed in the line of being Black, media looks for an excuse.


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The Bakes of the Holiday Season 2014!

Originally posted on simplyvegetarian777:

Here are some of my bakes from this season’s Holiday Sharings! I normally bake a mix and match of goodies to share with neighbors, kids’ coaches & teachers and friends!

1. Chocolate Thumbprint Cookies from Suzanne’s (a pug in the kitchen) Collection.


2. Ginger Snap Cookies, eggless from Shailja’s Collection. I used honey in place of molasses and used all spice and ginger powder only as spices.


3. Butter Cookies from Mademoiselle Gourmande’s Collection. I skipped the eggs. Halved the quantities and used 1/2 tsp baking soda. My girls sprinkled them with colored sugar and they were ready! Not as pretty as Mademoiselle’s but festive for the kids :).


4. Quiejo de Pao ( Brazillian Cheese Bread) from Swathi’s Zesty Kitchen. Used 1&1/2 cups of Mild Cheddar Cheese instead of Asiago and Parmesan. They were gooey! They were yumm! My husband often visits Brazil for work and…

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Humanity …. It’s time to wake up!!

Originally posted on It Is What It Is:

~~October 7, 2014~~ 


The voices of the younger generation are very important. They are the ones who will inherit this world and one day be the guardians and the keepers of it. It gives me a little hope to hear voices like this one. Maybe ….. just maybe, we can turn back sometime.

He is a British spoken word artist/poet, public figure/speaker, film maker, director, editor, producer, camera man, actor, performer, free runner, gymnast, calisthenics, athlete.

~In his own words~

“I’m a 21 year old aspiring Public Figure/Speaker/Activist that’s trying to expand the human consciousness.”


~~Humanity, It’s Time To Wake Up~~

~~Published on Oct 7, 2014~~



There are an estimated 7.2 billion people on earth, of which we’ve labelled as humanity

in 36 years there will be an estimated 9.7 billion, as you can see, we’re increasing rapidly.

Roughly 3200 cities, 195 of…

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Google Doodle for today …. “Winter Solstice” December 21, 2014!!

Originally posted on It Is What It Is:

~~December 21, 2014~~ 

Winter Solstice 2014

a time of balancing – completing old business and welcoming in the New

Why Google has given the shortest day of the year a doodle?

Google has marked the shortest day of the year with an animated Doodle on its homepage.
The Doodle depicts a cartoon Father Christmas helping two children to build a snowman before the children’s mother appears and produces a carrot from her shopping bag to use as the snowman’s nose.

The winter solstice occurs when the sun’s daily maximum elevation in the sky is at its lowest and the North Pole is tilted furthest away from the sun. This results in the least number of daylight hours and the longest night of the year. This astronomical phenomenon occurs in December in the Northern Hemisphere and in June in the Southern Hemisphere.

The event has been marked by many cultures throughout…

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What Happened to Kendrick Johnson?… Hosted by L.A.Sno

Originally posted on Social Action:

The Kendrick Johnson Story will delve into the life and loss of Kendrick Johnson…..Officials say he suffocated…..What will you think??…full lenght doc. comming soon…L.A.Sno, Unfortunate

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