College Death and Rape Resources
The StopHazing.org website grew out of a group of concerned students, educators and parents called the MJTF (multi-jurisdictional task force.) This organization first formed in 1993 at the University of New Hampshire in order to pass a state anti-hazing law. Since the successful passage of NH's first anti-hazing law in 1993, the group has expanded to other states and hopes to support anti-hazing efforts across the nation.
Hank Nuwer, the "Hazing Watchdog", is associate professor of Journalism at Franklin University. He is the author of multiple boks on hazing. His website tracks international incidents of hazing and hazing deaths.
We Remember - Virginia Tech
Provides information about the 32 students and faculty members who were tragically murdered on April 16, 2007. The site also provides other information about online resources, latest news and events.
Mission: Aware Awake Alive prevents loss of life to alcohol poisoning by educating teens, young adults and parents on the dangers and symptoms of alcohol overdose.
Take Back the Night
Serves to create safe communities and respectful relationships through awareness events and initiatives. TBTN seeks to end sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual abuse and all other forms of sexual violence, and empowers survivors in the healing process.
The Gordie Center for Alcohol and Substance Abuse (Gordie CASE)
Almost 26 million Americans are victimized by crime each year. Many victims suffer from more than the trauma of the original crime. All too often, they are also left with expenses for medical procedures, physical rehabilitation, counseling, lost wages, and lost earning capacities. The National Crime Victim Bar Association (NCVBA), an affiliate of the National Center for Victim of Crime, helps victims find attorneys and allied professionals who can assist in obtaining the resources necessary for physical and emotional healing. In addition, the NCVBA provides technical assistance to attorneys representing crime victims in the civil justice process.