NO-MORE-Stack-Tag_200x250CALCASA and The Partnership, California’s anti-sexual and domestic violence coalitions are pleased to jointly support the release of the No More project’s PSA campaign. A project of the Joyful Heart Foundation, No More has worked with domestic and sexual violence advocates and experts from around the nation to create a unifying symbol for these two critical issues.
“NO MORE is the first symbol that addresses the need to end both domestic violence and sexual assault. The goal is for this symbol to become just as recognizable as the pink breast cancer ribbon, because violence is a very real and very common threat in our homes and communities. NO MORE is the unifying symbol under which concerned individuals, local communities and all anti-violence advocates can come together” says Kathy Moore, Interim Executive Director for the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence.
The campaign’s focus is on expanding the public’s awareness; creating public investment in working for the elimination of domestic and sexual violence. No More seeks to create new allies and partners committed to raising awareness about the need for dialogue and communication; sending the message that sexual and domestic violence are not a “woman’s issue”, but an issue that all of society needs to be invested in.
This week is filled with events to unveil and launch this campaign. Today, the Katie Couric Show dedicated an hour to publicly unveil the No More PSA Campaign. This event will be followed by a NO MORE PSA campaign launch later this week in Los Angeles.