The Vagina Monologues Anchorage 2020 Cast & Crew
Save the Date for the 2020 Masquerade Ball!
Saturday, November 7
Anchorage Downtown Marriott
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In the United States, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual harassment, abuse, and assault and educate communities on how to prevent it. In April 2020, the I Ask campaign will enter its second year, as we continue to explore the importance of consent in healthy relationships and empower everyone to put it into practice.
"Probably the most important piece of political theater of the last decade."
- Charles Isherwood, The New York Times
In 1994, a play called The Vagina Monologues, written by playwright and activist Eve Ensler, broke ground, offering to the world a piece of art like nothing it had seen before. Based on dozens of interviews Ensler conducted with women, the play addressed women's sexuality and the social stigma surrounding rape and abuse, creating a new conversation about and with women. The Vagina Monologues ran Off-Broadway for five years in New York and then toured the United States. After every performance, Ensler found women waiting to share their own stories of survival, leading her to see that The Vagina Monologues could be more than a moving work of art on violence; she divined that the performances could be a mechanism for moving people to act to end violence.
This production has been an inspiring and powerful fundraising event for STAR since 2016.
Each year, an ever-increasing number of men, women and their families are joining the award-winning Walk a Mile in Her Shoes®: The International Men's March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence. A Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® Event is a playful opportunity for men to raise awareness in their community about the serious causes, effects and remediations to sexual violence. CLICK HERE to get started or check out the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® 2020 Participant Guide
Join us for the 21st Annual Denim Day!
On April 29, 2020, millions of people across the world will wear jeans with a purpose, support survivors, and educate themselves and others about all forms of sexual violence.
The Denim Day campaign is held worldwide on a Wednesday in April in honor of Sexual Violence Awareness Month. The campaign was originally triggered by a ruling by the Italian Supreme Court where a rape conviction was overturned because the justices felt that since the victim was wearing tight jeans she must have helped her rapist remove her jeans, thereby implying consent. The following day, the women in the Italian Parliament came to work wearing jeans in solidarity with the victim. Peace Over Violence developed the Denim Day campaign in response to this case and the activism surrounding it. Since then, wearing jeans on Denim Day has become a symbol of protest against erroneous and destructive attitudes about sexual assault. In this rape prevention education campaign we ask community members, elected officials, businesses and students to make a social statement with their fashion by wearing jeans on this day as a visible means of protest against the misconceptions that surround sexual assault. This year’s Denim Day is April 29, 2020. If you would like more information about how to get involved, email Jennifer Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrating 40 Years of Service to Alaskans by Providing Options, Support and Information to Survivors of Sexual Violence.
Local Crisis Line: (907) 276-7273 Statewide Crisis Line: (800) 478-8999 Business Line: (907) 276-7279
1057 W. Fireweed Lane, Suite 230 Anchorage, AK 99503 email@example.com TAX ID: 92-0071466
Due to COVID19, all of STAR's in-person fundraising events for Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April) have been canceled. Click here to read our latest press release.
We know that these are challenging and unprecedented times. Your financial support for sexual trauma survivors remains critical, as we continue to provide immediate, essential services for those who need us, 24/7.
To our donors, board of directors, staff and volunteers: Thank you for making it possible for survivors to get the help and services they urgently need, even during this crisis.
If you have any questions please reach out to
firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Crisis Line at (907) 276-7273.
We wish you and your loved ones good health. Take care and be well.