At The Blue Bench, our mission is to eliminate sexual assault and diminish the impact it has on individuals, their loved ones and our community through comprehensive issue advocacy, prevention and care.
To truly change rape culture requires a paradigm shift and a complete restructuring in how we think and talk about the issue of sexual assault.
We use a community-based approach to prevention, ensuring schools, businesses, law enforcement and beyond are committed to survivor-centered responses and sexual violence education.
Changing attitudes means changing behaviors, both of which contribute to a healthier, more aware community of active bystanders.
A special thank you to our partners at Sprit of the Sun for sharing about what it means to be Two-Spirit, and for providing information about two individuals who have implemented substantial change within the Native community through out history.
May is Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month. In honor of AAPI Heritage Month, we celebrate five AAPI figures who have been imperative in the fight against sexual violence.
On April 22nd, we had the privilege of hearing from journalist and producer, Amy Herdy in a Keynote Conversation hosted by Chris Vanderveen, director of news at 9-News Denver. Amy shared her experiences and explained key areas in which Journalism must improve to become more supportive of survivors.
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