Today API-GBV Oakland staff is wearing teal to show support for survivors of sexual violence of any form, and to stand in solidarity with the call for cultures of respect, where relationships founded on consent rather than power are the norm.

To see how you or your agency can get involved in a Sexual Assault Awareness Month event or activity, get the SAAM Toolkit developed by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

Throughout April we will be sharing information and resources on sexual violence affecting Asians and Pacific Islanders. Follow us on Twitter @apigbv or to stay up to date, or visit our website for statistics and advocacy resources.