Memphis Says NO MORE
For three years, folks in the Memphis area have seen and heard the images and messages of the Memphis Says NO MORE campaign against domestic violence and sexual assault.
Featuring the faces and voices of community champions and local survivors of gender violence, the campaign has used MATA buses, WMC-TV spots, radio and screens at the airport baggage area.
On windows and in classrooms all over town, the Grizzlies star players urge:
“I’ll say something next time.”
“It’s none of my business.”
“Not my problem.”
“Leave it behind closed doors.”
MSNM volunteers have distributed thousands of posters and hundreds of palm-sized cards with all the key contacts victims and survivors of these crimes need.
Coming soon: new photography of new champions, new voices and narratives for the Memphis Says NO MORE website, new messages based on local research.
Watch for new partnerships at local events to reach ages 15-35 with messages against abuse and in support of victims.
If you want to help expand this work – sign the No More pledge on the website and donate your money, your time and your concern for those around you.