Zoe is a graduate student based in New York City (with roots in Ireland, Syria and Romania). Zoe’s involvement in Report It, Girl is rooted in her belief that pairing […]
Alissa is a criminal justice professor, researcher, writer, and social justice advocate. She believes that digital storytelling can empower and unite survivors to help end victimization.
I will not be defined by what happened to me. I have taken my life back, my voice back, and my strength back.
The second selection for our poetry series is from one of our favorite poets, Warsan Shire. Her work, like all great poetry, makes us feel a little less alone. This […]
This has been floating around online in a few different versions, but when a friend posted this iteration on Facebook we realized we had to share. The advice may be […]
Oftentimes when people are in crisis they feel paralyzed. Picking up the phone to ask for help is a scary step. And even when you’ve picked up the phone […]
Over the next few weeks the RIG team will be sharing some of our favorite poetry and prose that’s helped us in trying times. For now, here’s something from poet […]
American adults spend an average of 11 hours and 52 minutes every day with media, most of it on personal screens (tablets, phones, computers). We also spend a lot of […]
We believe in the power of the written word. This belief in grounded in research that proves writing can have therapeutic benefits. For many of us, getting started is the hardest part. […]
We know that writing can help us heal, but many of us hold back for fear that someone will read our private thoughts. We may try to write, but a little voice […]