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We're celebrating 35 years this October
during Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM)!

Join us for our Anniversary Luncheon & VIP Event with
Lisa Leslie on October 9. Plus Behind Closed Doors is
back this year for its third annual
performance with
Trinity Repertory Company.

Tickets are available for each event below (just click the image).

Stay tuned - our DVAM digital campaign will launch on October 1!

 

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 We're excited to invite you to the return of the award-winning play about domestic violence, hope and survival, Behind Closed Doors. Performed and written by survivors of domestic violence from SOAR (Sisters Overcoming Abusive Relationships), a task force of the RICADV, the play weaves together the struggles and victories they endured in a narrative that takes us on their collective journeys
from victims to survivors.

 

 

 

OPINION: The NFL and Social Change -

Let’s Continue the Conversation
to End Domestic Violence

TEN MEN

TEN MEN is made up of Rhode Island men from diverse walks of life who have a common vision — a world without domestic violence. Most men are not violent in their relationships. But, one man is one man too many.

That is why TEN MEN came together — to reach everyday men who are not sure how to help, and therefore remain silent in the face of other men's violence. TEN MEN is the first statewide effort made up of pioneering, male leaders who have stepped forward and are committed to breaking that silence.

For more information or to join them, contact TENMEN@RICADV.org.

WHAT DO MEN HAVE TO DO WITH IT? HEAR FROM THE TEN MEN BELOW.


WATCH THE TEN MEN PSA PREMIERE!

 

LISTEN TO THE TEN MEN RADIO PSA


Ben: "It's time to say NO MORE to domestic violence."
Erol: "As men, we can help simply by starting the conversation."
Bill: "Talk to your sons; teach them to respect women."
Erol: "Talk to your students about equality in relationships."
Ralph: "Talk to your athletes without using phrases like, 'you're
playing like a girl.'"
Kyle: "Talk to your colleagues and tell them that jokes insulting
women are NOT funny."
Ralph: "When you hear abusive language - Speak up."
Ben: "For more ways to start the conversation contact
the Rhode Island Against Domestic Violence website."


More information coming soon ...