Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) have “opened a formal inquiry into the U.S. Coast Guard’s alleged lack of transparency and mishandling of dozens of sexual assault cases by high-ranking officials between 1988 and 2006,” reports News 8. We are grateful to these leaders for pursuing justice, digging into these alleged crimes, and holding people—especially those in power—accountable for their action
We collected artwork and poems from survivors who wanted to share their stories during Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
The Alliance and CT Department of Public Health released their new public service announcements.
Men currently working in the field of sexual violence prevention will share their tools and techniques with other men throughout the state. Registration is open!
This will be an in-depth look at the experience of sexual violence, emphasizing Black, Native and Latinx LGBTQ people.
Advocates and allies gathered in Hartford on the National Day of Action to kick off Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Radio La Bomba invites one of our Victim Advocates to discuss sexual violence in Latinx communities on the Morning Show with DJ Metrix.
A scholarship or stipend will be granted to an individual who displays leadership and commitment to sexual violence prevention and victim advocacy.
A new study focused on the distinct experiences, responses and needs of African American women who are victims and survivors of sexual assault.
This week, lawmakers will hear public testimony on making affirmative consent a state standard on CT campuses. CONNSACS intern, Meg Grant, speaks to the issue in today’s Hartford Courant!
The Gail Burns-Smith “Dare to Dream” Fund was established in 2004 upon the retirement of former CONNSACS Executive Director Gail Burns-Smith to honor her 22 years of service dedicated to ending sexual violence.
On February 18, 2014 CONNSACS will be offering two workshops for men to learn how they can be a part of the solution to prevent sexual violence at 10AM and 5:30PM.