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Join us as we come together with hundreds of fellow Georgians from across the state to raise our collective voice against domestic and sexual violence!
Stop Violence Against Women Day is an annual event held at the Georgia State Capitol at which advocates, survivors, and allies come together to raise awareness about domestic and sexual violence against women and to advocate for laws and policies that enhance safety and promote justice for survivors.
This event gives attendees an opportunity to get connected with each other and with the larger movement against violence against women. It also gives them an opportunity to foster relationships with their legislators in order to inform them of how domestic and sexual violence is impacting the lives of their constituents and their communities.
Stop Violence Against Women Day begins at the Georgia State University Student Center-House and Senate Salon, where attendees will enjoy breakfast and an educational briefing on key policy issues affecting survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Following the briefing, we will move to the Capitol where attendees will be able to meet one-on-one with their legislators. The event will wrap up with a rally in the Capitol Rotunda.