#InMyWords
#InMyWords
Redefining Accountability for Sexual Injustices

  

Demanding justice and healing for all survivors of sexual harm.

 
 
 
We cannot jail, fire or expel our way out of this crisis. We need institutional responses to sexual harm that prioritize both justice and healing, not one at the expense of the other.
— Sofie Karasek, #InMyWords organizer

Dedicated to change.

#InMyWords is a youth-led campaign to reimagine justice and healing for all sexual harm survivors and to fight for solutions at the scale of the problem.

Oftentimes, our culture defines justice as jail time, firings, or school punishments. These processes work for some, but for many, they are re-traumatizing or fail to create the behavioral change that many survivors want.

America needs institutional responses that prioritize both justice and healing, not one at the expense of the other. We need more options. Are you with us?

 

Support our campaign!

Mobilizing the grassroots for survivors' justice and healing is a big project. Currently, we're a small, dedicated team of unpaid volunteers in our twenties, and several of us (who aren't students) want to do this work full-time! We need your help to do that.

There are three ways you can support us right now: 

  1. Tell your friends, families, partners, and communities about this campaign.
  2. Sign up for campaign updates and follow us on social media.
  3. Donate what you can.

Thank you so much!

 
 
 

Share what survivors' justice means to you.

 

What does survivors' justice mean for you? Send us a video or share your vision on social media. 

Survivors' justice is when our institutional responses to sexual harm prioritize BOTH justice and healing, not one at the expense of the other. #InMyWords
 
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All survivors — regardless of whether a report is filed or a harm-doer is exposed — deserve justice, healing and trust.
 
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We cannot jail, fire or expel our way out of this crisis. We need institutional responses to sexual harm that prioritize both justice and healing, not one at the expense of the other.
 
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