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Activists across the country are organizing Take Back The News Community Print Projects to break the silence about sexual violence in their communities.

Imagine opening your college or community newspaper and seeing stories of survival told in survivors' own words. Imagine the impact on each and every reader. Imagine your community gaining an understanding of how rape and sexual assault affect the people they encounter every day - their friends, their classmates, their colleagues.

Our site provides step-by-step instructions on how YOU can organize a Print Project in your community. A Take Back The News Community Print Project consists of survivors' collected stories introduced by an explanation of the reality of sexual violence. Organizing a Print Project is a concrete way to raise awareness about rape and to confront sexual violence as a community issue.

For step-by-step instructions on how to organize a Take Back The News Print Project in your community, click here. Join the movement to break the silence.