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This harrowing and very instructive documentary from Nancy Buirski is about the remarkable courage of Recy Taylor, a young black woman in Abbeville, Alabama. After she was raped on her way home from church by six white teenage boys in 1944, Taylor refused to stay silent like all the other victims of this very commonplace crime.

February 27, 2019

The Rape of Recy Taylor – Free Movie Screening

This harrowing and very instructive documentary from Nancy Buirski is about the remarkable courage of Recy Taylor, a young black woman in Abbeville, Alabama. After she […]
December 6, 2018

2019 Chocolate & Wine

Our Chocolate & Wine Event brings together a love for food, wine, dessert, and a community that cares deeply for SARCC’s work to prevent sexual violence […]
May 17, 2018

Thank you, moms!

May is a time to celebrate mothers. Each day we see the impact that mothers have on healing, prevention, and change for a better tomorrow. Here’s […]
March 15, 2018
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Great women in SARCC’s History

In celebration of Women’s History Month, SARCC honors just of few of the remarkable women who have made our work possible. Countless women have poured their […]