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Support Know Your IX

Know Your IX has been selected again this year to be a part of the NO MORE Challenge, a fundraising campaign that benefits organizations focused on ending sexual and dating violence.

If Know Your IX raises the most money, we’ll keep what we raise AND receive an additional $40K (or $20k for second place, and so on). With that $40K, we could host eight activist bootcamps, bringing together hundreds of student activists from all over the country to learn how to organize.

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In response to coverage of university mistreatment of sexual assault survivors, many observers have wondered why schools handle these crimes at all: why not just leave it to the police?
Under Title IX, schools are legally required to respond and remedy hostile educational environments and failure to do so is a violation that means a school could risk losing its federal funding.
  • Alexandra Brodsky, co-founder of Know Your IX, recognizes that gender violence in schools isn't merely a crime: "It's a civil rights issue that threatens students' ability to learn, thrive, and engage in public life, and sex equality broadly.  It's easy to get demoralized with a "pussy grabber" in the Oval Office and an Education Secretary who doesn't believe in federal civil rights." What gives Alexandra hope is Know Your IX.  Join her by saying #NOMORE to sexual violence in schools by supporting student survivors and activists today. *Link in bio*
  • This is simple: mandatory police referral bills are harmful to survivors. #StudentsAgainstHB51 #StopHB51
  • One of the most important reasons our Executive Director, Mahroh, joined this movement is to "build a future where my siblings can go to school free from the violence that forced me and my friends to drop out."
As Mahroh writes, even if we can't end violence before our little ones get to school, help [us] make sure that they will know their rights and be able to fight for them.  Support our work today! *Link in bio*
  • We are so excited to present our newly redesigned website! It’s filled with accessible resources on everything from the basics of your rights under Title IX to our campus organizing toolkit, to survivor self-care, and much more. 
Let’s keep fighting for our right to an education free from violence and harassment. Check out our new site here:
  • We were selected again this year to be a part of the NO MORE Challenge! Will you join us in supporting survivors and protecting students' right to an education free from violence? We're fighting to say #NOMORE to violence -- join our team:
  • Know Your IX is striking tomorrow for #ADayWithoutAWoman
Can’t take tomorrow off? Here are ways you can participate
  • If you call GEORGIA home, now its the time to act: Find your Senators number here:, and call them using the below script to #StopHB51. ------------------------------------
Hi, my name is [insert name] and I am from [District/City]. I am calling because I care about Title IX’s protection of students’ rights to go to school in a safe environment, free from discrimination and violence. I oppose Georgia House Bill 51 and I urge [insert Representative] to stand with survivors by voting NO on this dangerous bill. H.B. 51 would steal victims’ control over their own sexual assault cases—and create a chilling effect on campus reporting. This means thousands of survivors will be unable to come forward to seek the resources they need to stay in school and perpetrators will avoid any accountability. [If you have any additional comments, you can add them here]. Thank you.
  • S/O to Black Women’s Blueprint, CUP, and students from Medgar Evers College, CUNY for creating this beautiful guide to Title IX and the Clery Act.
  • Action Alert: Join Nationwide call-in to Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to keep the Title IX sexual violence and transgender guidance in place. How to take action:

1. Call Betsy DeVos TODAY at 202-401-3000. If you can't get through on that line, you can use the main Dept of Ed number: 1-800-USA-LEARN (1-800-872-5327) (hit three). 2. Use the following script:
Hi, my name is [insert name] and I am from [State].
I am calling because I care about Title IX’s protection of students’ rights to go to school in a safe environment, free from discrimination and violence. Please tell Secretary DeVos that I want the Department to keep in place Title IX guidance on preventing and addressing sexual harassment and assault and protecting transgender students from discrimination. I also want OCR to continue its strong enforcement of Title IX and to keep publishing the list of schools under investigation for Title IX violations.
[If you have any additional comments, you can add them here.]
Thank you.

3. Share this post with your network!

  • "The path to liberation is not short, and it surely is not smooth, but we are confident that we will win." #SurvivorLoveLetter

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If your school (like so many others) is falling short in its policies and procedures in response to gender violence on campus, student activism can be crucial to effecting change. Whether your campus needs policy and judicial process reform, has a lack of crisis response and counseling services, or needs greater prevention education, the Campus Organizing Toolkit will walk you through legal requirements and organizing strategies needed to plan an effective campaign.

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