National Day of Action "Solidarity with Survivors"
Apr
2
5:00 PM17:00

National Day of Action "Solidarity with Survivors"

More than 60 women have spoken out against Bill Cosby, exposing that Cosby sexually assaulted and/or drugged them, with some incidents occurring as far back the late 1960s. April 2nd, 2018 is the first day of Bill Cosby's retrial for sexual assault. While the world is watching, in this moment of #MeToo and #TimesUp - we must show survivors we are on their side, and hold this celebrity predator accountable.

Cosby will only stand trial on criminal charges in Pennsylvania because this is the only state where the statute of limitations had not yet expired. Take action in solidarity with survivors and further the movement to abolish statutes of limitation on rape and sexual assault.

STAND IN TRUTH. SUPPORT SURVIVORS. 

April marks the beginning of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This day of action is to stand in support of the countless survivors of Bill Cosby, and all survivors of sexual violence. 

FIND A LOCAL DEMONSTRATION through our Facebook event page. 

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Training: Bird Dog Public Officials
Mar
14
6:00 PM18:00

Training: Bird Dog Public Officials

Bird-dogging is the art and science of effectively putting our elected officials and candidates on the spot, in person, in public and on camera so they do the right thing. Join us for a training with Center for Popular Democracy and learn how to make the most of your encounters with public officials. 

This training is co-organized by Bernie's Volunteer Coffee Shop and the Campaign to Abolish Statutes of Limitation on Rape and Sexual Assault (CASOL). Learn more about the effort to remove reporting time limits in all 50 states at CASOL.org

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