Dania Rajendra

Director of Athena

“We’re excited to work with Survivors Know as we organize against Amazon. Survivor justice points the way to the democracy and economy we need. Coronavirus, the economic crisis, and the uprising have shown how Amazon continues to bully workers, community businesses, neighbors, and our elected officials. Deep alliances with organizations like Survivors Know, taking on exploitation and violence from related angles, is key — we need each other to win.”

Dania Rajendra

Director of Athena

“We’re excited to work with Survivors Know as we organize against Amazon. Survivor justice points the way to the democracy and economy we need. Coronavirus, the economic crisis, and the uprising have shown how Amazon continues to bully workers, community businesses, neighbors, and our elected officials. Deep alliances with organizations like Survivors Know, taking on exploitation and violence from related angles, is key — we need each other to win.”

Shaunna Thomas

CoFounder & Director of UltraViolet

“We’re proud to be a core partner of Survivors Know – true gender and racial justice is unreachable without advancing the leadership and harnessing the power of survivors. The work that we’re doing together pushes against the status quo towards change we can feel and see.”

Shaunna Thomas

CoFounder & Director of UltraViolet

“We’re proud to be a core partner of Survivors Know – true gender and racial justice is unreachable without advancing the leadership and harnessing the power of survivors. The work that we’re doing together pushes against the status quo towards change we can feel and see.”

Nirman Bisla

Survivors Know Leader, Advisory Board Member

“Since joining Survivors Know, I’ve become more comfortable sharing my experience as a survivor. This was one of the first spaces that truly felt action oriented – like we were all in this together and could end violence against women.”

Nirman Bisla

Survivors Know Leader, Advisory Board Member

“Since joining Survivors Know, I’ve become more comfortable sharing my experience as a survivor. This was one of the first spaces that truly felt action oriented – like we were all in this together and could end violence against women.”

GG Green

Survivor Know Leader, Organizer, United for Respect

“I’ve been waiting for something like Survivors Know. Our movement needs us to take power back from those that control it – I’m really proud to be a part of this sisterhood.”

GG Green

Survivor Know Leader, Organizer, United for Respect

“I’ve been waiting for something like Survivors Know. Our movement needs us to take power back from those that control it – I’m really proud to be a part of this sisterhood.”

Linda Seabrook

General Counsel, Futures Without Violence

“The strength of Survivors Know is as simple as its name. Survivors know how sexual violence and harassment occurs, who is or is likely to perpetrate it, and what perpetuates sexual violence and harassment in the workplace. So in order to create working environments where all can work with dignity, respect, and free from violence and abuse, we have to center the experiences, expertise, and solutions of those most impacted to lead and change the culture, norms, and expectations of working people to end sexual violence and harassment in the world of work once and for all.”

Linda Seabrook

General Counsel, Futures Without Violence

“The strength of Survivors Know is as simple as its name. Survivors know how sexual violence and harassment occurs, who is or is likely to perpetrate it, and what perpetuates sexual violence and harassment in the workplace. So in order to create working environments where all can work with dignity, respect, and free from violence and abuse, we have to center the experiences, expertise, and solutions of those most impacted to lead and change the culture, norms, and expectations of working people to end sexual violence and harassment in the world of work once and for all.”

Alejandra Valles

Secretary-Treasurer, SEIU United Service Workers West

“By centering survivors, empowering them to collectively challenge systems in the workplace, and lifting up survivors’ voices, Survivors Know is moving us closer to a world free of sexual harassment and violence.”

Alejandra Valles

Secretary-Treasurer, SEIU United Service Workers West

“By centering survivors, empowering them to collectively challenge systems in the workplace, and lifting up survivors’ voices, Survivors Know is moving us closer to a world free of sexual harassment and violence.”

Paula Brantner

“All too often, the legal system is a traumatizing and an ineffective way for survivors to get justice. Survivors Know is changing that dynamic by empowering survivors to craft solutions that challenge the systems that keep them silent, including legal norms. It’s an invaluable resource, and I am proud to be a part of it.”

Paula Brantner

“All too often, the legal system is a traumatizing and an ineffective way for survivors to get justice. Survivors Know is changing that dynamic by empowering survivors to craft solutions that challenge the systems that keep them silent, including legal norms. It’s an invaluable resource, and I am proud to be a part of it.”

Akane Kumagai

Survivors Know Leader & Social Worker

“This is such an important and vibrant space for survivors! I’m a social worker and a survivor – it’s rare to have my leadership and perspective truly valued. As survivors we know what justice looks like, we know what it can feel like to be unseen or seen as a monolith – I’m excited about the ways we are going to change our culture and really disrupt the notions about how our society honors us.”

Akane Kumagai

Survivors Know Leader & Social Worker

“This is such an important and vibrant space for survivors! I’m a social worker and a survivor – it’s rare to have my leadership and perspective truly valued. As survivors we know what justice looks like, we know what it can feel like to be unseen or seen as a monolith – I’m excited about the ways we are going to change our culture and really disrupt the notions about how our society honors us.”

Maurice Weeks

CoDirector of Action Center on Race & the Economy

“As a racial justice organization focused on shifting the structures that enable inequities to unchecked – we see the work that Survivors Know advances as critical towards truly shifting our culture and workplaces.”

Maurice Weeks

CoDirector of Action Center on Race & the Economy

“As a racial justice organization focused on shifting the structures that enable inequities to unchecked – we see the work that Survivors Know advances as critical towards truly shifting our culture and workplaces.”

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