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Yes All Daughters

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Our Initiative

To champion equal access to violence prevention education in schools across the country through legal advocacy.

Girls between 16-19 are four times more likely than the general population to be victims of rape, attempted rape, or sexual assault. 44% of sexual assaults happen before the age of 18.

In the fall of 2014, we organized and led a protest after multiple teenage girls in Norman, OK were raped and bullied. These are not isolated incidents. They happen all over our country and the world.

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Current Work

HB2734 will allow for the development of age-appropriate programs on consent and healthy relationship behavior. These programs will teach students about consent and how to recognize and prevent relationship violence, including physical and emotional relationship abuse. It will also address relationship communication skills, emotional health, and accountability.

“This bill means that people will become educated on healthy relationships and consent. That brings me peace. It will make people think about what’s right and wrong, and will hopefully begin to normalize what’s right.” – Lauren

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The most expert research to date shows that education works to reduce the first time perpetration of violence.

Past Work

“Yes All Daughters was a light in a really dark time for me.”

KatieStudent

“When I was at my most helpless and hopeless as a parent, Yes All Daughters saved us both.”

JacqueMom