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Survivors of sexual assault will be:

heard.
believed.
beloved.

 

April 10, 2017...

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is the day the world as we knew it changed forever. It is the day we learned that our precious daughter, Molly Jane, was dead. We did not know how or why she died. We learned the next day that her death was ruled a homicide. We also learned that she had been raped.

This devastating news was more than we were prepared to handle. How do you deal with the death of a child and then find out her death was caused by another person?

In the weeks that followed, we also learned that the person who was arrested for her murder was someone familiar to law enforcement.

We did not know what we were going to do, but we knew we must do something. We had to find a way to take our unbearable tragedy and immeasurable pain and use them to bring change. Project Beloved: The Molly Jane Mission was founded out of a parent's worst nightmare. We are determined Molly's story will be a catalyst for change.

No parent should lose a child. To lose a child to violence takes the pain to an almost unimaginable level.
— Tracy Matheson, Molly's Momma and Project Beloved founder
 
 
 
 
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Did you know?

                               #changetheconversation

  • Every 98 seconds another American is sexually assaulted.

  • 1 in 3 women will be a survivor of sexual violence.

  • 1 in 6 men will be a survivor of sexual violence.

  • Out of 1000 rapes, 310 will be reported to the police.
  • Of the 310 that are reported, 11 will make it to a prosecutor.
  • Of the 11 that go to a prosecutor, there will be 7 felony convictions.

  • The bottom line is...6 rapists (out of 1000) will be incarcerated.

  • Out of 1000 reported rapists, more than half (510) have at least one prior rape conviction. 

  • Seven out of ten sexual assaults are committed by someone known by the survivor.