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  • Empower Those Around You

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  • Learn From One Another

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  • Empower Those Around You

  • Help Those in Need

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  • Knowledge is Freedom

  • Empower Those Around You

Welcome to Out Against Abuse (OAA)

Out Against Abuse is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on decreasing incidents of dating violence through bystander intervention training programs and educating young men and women on gender violence issues.

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“Samira (OAA-UT President) and Out Against Abuse did a phenomenal job of organizing the discussion [on the Out Against Abust UT student panel on sexual assault]. It had to have been one of the best-organized student events I've attended…It's inspiring to work with students like her.” – Kamala V., Associate Professor


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Campus Education Seminars: Our Campus Education Seminars teach young men and women about relationship violence and gender abuse issues in the community.  Out Against Abuse hosts interactive workshops to educate students on identifying warning signs of potentially abusive relationships and maintaining healthy relationships. Students volunteer and ‘act out’ different scenarios that represent warning signs of
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We are always looking for active volunteers to help us in the fight against domestic violence! If you are interested in women’s rights, the issue of gender abuse, or just want to gain experience in the nonprofit field, please contact us at contactus@outagainstabuse.org. Current Volunteer Opportunities: Social Media/Online Marketing OAA conducted a marketing analysis project
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About Domestic Violence

One in four women (25%) will experience domestic violence in her lifetime.
Nearly three out of four (74%) of Americans personally know someone who is or has been a victim of domestic violence.
Approximately 1.3 million women and 835,000 men are physically assaulted by an intimate partner annually in the United States.
Source: National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
http://www.ncadv.org/resources/factsheets.php

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