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SAAM 2019

Each April, KCSARC joins the nationwide call to end sexual violence in all forms. Sexual violence affects every person in our community. So it takes all of us, working together, to stand up and say "no more." That's the reason "Count Me In" is this year's campaign theme. 


We're glad you're here! This is a good place to get information about things we can all do in our own region to end sexual violence. It's vital that we bring sexual assault into the open and talk about it. We can't change what we can't talk about, so let's have a conversation -- online and in person. Click below for a message worth sharing: 


We'll post educational messages and actions you can take throughout the month April on our social feeds. Start by following us on your favorite social channels: FacebookTwitter, or Instagram. Engage with us and start a conversation with your friends and networks by commenting on and sharing any of the posts you like.

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Power & Role of Media in
Shifting the Culture of Sexual Assault

Tuesday, April 23

5:30 - 6:00 PM: Doors open & networking
6:00 - 7:30 PM: Program 
Museum of Pop Culture, JBL Theater
325 5th Ave. North, Seattle

Media has a powerful influence on our day-to-day conversation and informs our understanding about sexual violence. Join King County Sexual Assault Resource Center for a moderated discussion with local journalists.We’ll explore changes they're seeing on this topic, and their observations on how we're looking at this issue in the post-#MeToo era. 


Sara Jean Green, The Seattle Times
Deedee Sun, KIRO-7 News
Erica C. Barnett,

Tim Burgess, KCSARC Honorary Advisory Board Member, former Seattle Mayor, Council Member, and radio journalist, will kick things off. KCSARC's Prevention Coordinator Rachel Taylor will moderate this dynamic panel and keep the conversation going.

There is no charge to attend this event. However, registration is required.


Thanks to those who joined us for a great evening of learning, sharing, 
and networking at our POWER UP! event in Renton April 10. 


Thanks to the leadership of the Sound Cities Association and its member mayors of Renton, Pacific, Kent, and Kenmore, local governments throughout King County are saying "Count Me In!" by proclaiming April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Cities will be joined this year by law enforcement and county agencies.

We'll post a list of 2019 participating cities, county agencies, and police departments soon.

Can you help us thank your local leaders? Contact us at for contacts and ways you can help.


THANK YOU TO OUR 2019 Sexual Assault Awareness Month sponsors: