Media Archive by Year: 2014

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SVU’s Mariska Hargitay Says NO MORE to Rape and Domestic Violence
Dec. 19, 2014 • The Washington Post
Diana Reese
If you’ve ever watched even one episode of “SVU,” you can understand why Hargitay, who’s won both Emmy and Golden Globe awards for her portrayal of Det. Benson, has turned activist for the victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Her latest effort, aimed “at getting the conversation started” about these issues that often “are swept under the carpet,” ironically relies on silence and raw emotion rather than on cleverly scripted words. read more
The Gift that Keeps on Giving: Me&Ro and the Joyful Heart Foundation's 'NO MORE' Pendant
Dec. 8, 2014 • Forbes
Barry Samaha
In collaboration with The Joyful Heart Foundation, Me&Ro has created the “NO MORE” pendant to support the mission to end domestic violence and assault. read more
The NFL's response to domestic violence and sexual assault
Dec. 5, 2014 • NFL.COM
NFL.COM
When faced with these issues in the summer of 2014, it quickly became clear that the NFL needed to know and do more. read more
The View Interviews Mariska Hargitay
January 15, 2014 • The View
The View
Mariska Hargitay discusses her Emmy Award winning role on 'Law & Order: SVU' and her charitable foundation. read more
There Are 400,000 Unprocessed Rape Kits in the U.S. How Can This Be?
March 12, 2014 • Slate
Katy Waldman
Last week, Vice President Joe Biden announced a White House proposal to pour $35 million into testing backlogged rape kits and bringing sex offenders to justice. read more
USA Network’s ‘SVU: No More Excuses’ Marathon a Social and Ratings Success
April 30, 2014 • Lost Remote
Adam Flomenbaum
The night proved to be a big success, both ratings-wise and across social media. The episodes that aired between 7-11pm delivered double-digit ratings increases across the board with an average of 2.6M total viewers. The hashtags #sayNOMORE, #NOMORE and #NOMOREexcuses trended nationally. read more
VH1's Nick Lachey Joins NO MORE To End Domestic Violence And Sexual Assault
June 30, 2014 • VH1
Christopher Rosa
VH1 is sick of the silence, excuses, stigma and victim-blaming that comes with domestic violence and sexual assault cases. That’s why we are joining forces with NO MORE, a campaign dedicated to ending domestic violence and sexual assault for good. read more
Viacom & the Joyful Heart Foundation Say "No More" to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
May 29, 2014 • The Wall Street Journal
Business Wire
Viacom Inc., in partnership with the Joyful Heart Foundation founded by actress and advocate Mariska Hargitay of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, today announced its commitment to raise awareness for the NO MORE movement to end domestic violence and sexual assault with a new series of groundbreaking NO MORE PSAs. read more
Viacom and Joyful Heart Foundation Partner For ‘No More’ Domestic Violence PSAs
May 29, 2014 • The Variety
Laura Prudom
Viacom has partnered with Mariska Hargitay’s Joyful Heart Foundation for a new series of PSAs aimed to raise awareness for the NO MORE movement to end domestic violence and sexual assault. read more
‘Law And Order’s Mariska Hargitay Teams Up With Amy Poehler And Other Celebrities To Fight Rape Culture
March 28, 2014 • ThinkProgress
Tara Culp-Ressler
The celebrity PSAs (which also feature Hargitay’s Law & Order co-stars) challenge traditional assumptions about victimization, like the ideas that rape victims must have done something to “ask for it,” men are never victims of assault, and it’s easy for women to leave abusive relationships. read more

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