Illustration: Noopur Goel
The beginning of April marks the start of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). On average, 237,868 people are survivors of sexual assault each year. With such a high number, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center creates a campaign each year to bring different aspects of these crimes to light.
This year, NSVRC focused on youth and healthy sexuality. On their site, you can download a toolkit that shows the impact of social media on change and how a post on any site can start a conversation.