280 Hit the Streets at UofM

Some guys borrowed high heels, some brought their own, and some shoes were destroyed in the process as the ninth Memphis Walk a Mile in Her Shoes once again gave local men a chance to rally against domestic violence and rape.Football players, fraternity members, community leaders and others from two …

Interview on cityCURRENT

Deborah Clubb, Executive Director of the Memphis Area Women’s Council and Coordinator for the Memphis Says NO MORE campaign, was recently interviewed on cityCURRENT radio show by host Jeremy Park. The cityCURRENT radio show airs across the Cumulus Media Memphis network, with 600,000+ listeners weekly and includes 98.1 The Max, …

Memphis Says NO MORE Partners with MEMPHO music festival 2018

This year, the Memphis Area Women’s Council and Memphis Says No More partnered with MEMPHO Music Festival at Shelby Farms to offer festival attendees a safe zone tent. Information and crisis intervention services were available at the tent both days of the festival, while others wearing Memphis Says No More shirts walked around the …

Roll Red Roll Documentary

In April, the Memphis Area Women’s Council and Memphis Says NO MORE partnered with the University of Memphis to screen ROLL RED ROLL, an important new documentary, on area college campuses during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. It was viewed at the Lambuth and Memphis campuses of the University of Memphis, …

MSNM Chosen as Local Partner in the 2 A Billion Campaign

The musicians of Grammy-award winning band Bon Iver chose the Memphis Area Women’s Council and Memphis Says NO MORE as local partners in their 2 A BILLION campaign during their sold-out performance in the Orpheum on April 1, 2019.  2 A Billion is a domestic violence prevention and gender equity initiative that has reached over …

Memphis Says NO MORE bus PSAs unveiled downtown

Members of the Memphis Sexual Assault Kit Task Force (SAKT) with a MATA bus bearing the Memphis Says NO MORE message. From left, Dewanna Lofton, SAKT coordinator; Maria Fuhrmann, special assistant to the city mayor; Deborah Clubb, MSNM coordinator and Executive Director of the Memphis Area Women’s Council; MPD Deputy Director Mike Ryall; TBI …