Project DOT In The News
THE NEW YORK CITY ALLIANCE AGAINST SEXUAL ASSAULT
Welcome to PROJECT DOT
Project DOT is a youth program that’s part of the Alliance’s prevention initiative that engages with disenfranchised youths (ages 13-21) in New York City including LGBTQ, Black, Latinx, East, South-east and South Asian communities.
The program combines community-responsive prevention education with social media campaign and youth-led community mobilization opportunities. The main goal to engage youth from underserved communities who lack access to traditional prevention programming when it comes to positive messaging and self-empowerment about healthy relationships, prevention of sexual violence, and sexual education.
To learn more about the program, contact Saswati Sarkar.
THE NEW YORK CITY ALLIANCE AGAINST SEXUAL ASSAULT STRIVES TO PREVENT SEXUAL VIOLENCE AND REDUCE THE HARM IT CAUSES THROUGH EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY.
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