NO MORE/NO MÁS and Breakthrough partnered to spotlight stories of people experiencing violence and discrimination due to their gender + race and/or immigration status in the United States.
Through this campaign, NO MORE and Breakthrough highlighted stories of those whose intersecting marginalized identities often cause them to get left out of mainstream conversations about gender-based violence. Part of #NOMOREWeek, a national grassroots activation aimed at making domestic violence and sexual assault awareness and prevention a priority year-round, this campaign collected stories to illuminate and transform the culture of gender-based discrimination and violence. Survivors of gender-based violence and those affected by negative gender roles within their immigrant communities spoke to their experiences to raise awareness of the issues of sexual assault and domestic violence.
NO MORE seeks to end domestic violence and sexual assault through public awareness and community engagement. NO MORE aims to empower people to stand against violence in their communities, and to act in ways that demonstrate and promote love, respect and understanding. Using social media campaigns, public service announcements, and strategic partnerships, NO MORE encourages awareness, modeling healthy relationships, leading by example, support for individuals experiencing violence, peace, and hope. In collaboration with Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network, the nation’s leading Latin@ organization on domestic violence prevention, NO MÁS seeks to engage the Latin@ community in prioritizing conversations about these issues and taking action to address them in their families and communities.