What We Do

Roe v. Rape helps survivors of sexual violence heal through activism and prevents sexual violence through education.
When a person has experienced sexual assault, they often feel a sense of powerlessness. We hope to help survivors reclaim their power. Our coalition provides a supportive community to collectively fight for survivors' rights and make it clear that the survivor population, consisting of approximately 1.9 billion people worldwide, cannot be ignored. Roe v. Rape is a new organization, so currently only operates in Ann Arbor, MI, San Francisco, CA, and Washington, D.C.; however, we intend to expand to all fifty states and beyond in the coming months and years.
Advocacy

We advocate for laws, policies, and practices that treat survivors with the respect that they deserve.

Education

We prevent sexual violence through education and provide resources for survivors and allies.

Empowerment

We help survivors heal through activism and take back their power.

Meaning Behind Our Name and Logo

Roe v. Rape represents the joining of forces of survivors (who commonly use the pseudonyms Jane Roe and John Doe in court) to fight against rape and rape culture alike.
Feminist symbol, representing feminism: the belief that all genders and sexes are equal.
Sexual assault awareness ribbon, which is teal and can be worn as a sign of support of survivors.

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Contact: info@roevrape.org

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