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The Sparta Independent
Coeds don't know they face a 1 in 4 risk of sexual assault, 1 in 3 of dating abuse or other random violence but one nonprofit, Just Yell Fire, has released 5 Tips to Stay Safe at College and has a free stay-safe film online that has been lauded by schools and law enforcement nationwide.
Dallas Jessup, the founder of Just Yell Fire, herself a recent college graduate, launched the nonprofit when she was still in high school and has grown it into a 1.8 million girl revolution...

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Alpharetta-Milton Patch
The girls ages 11 and older will take part in the "Just Yell Fire" program
Girls ages 11 and older can participate in a self-defense class on April 20 sponsored by the Rotary Club of Alpharetta and North Fulton Hospital.
The self-defense class will be held on Saturday, April 20, from 10 a.m-12:30 p.m. at North Fulton Hospital. The class is available to friends and family of Rotary members and anyone interested in attending at a cost of $35 per girl.
The Rotary Club of Alpharetta will sponsor Interact Club students wishing to participate.

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For many if not most people, going to college is a positive experience. It's a place where you'll learn and experience amazing things, forge lifelong friendships and lasting memories. And we like to focus on those many bright parts of the college experience. But, as with so many things, college has its darker aspects, like campus crime. Unattended dorm rooms get robbed. Students encounter muggers walking home. And young women and men become victims of sexual assault.

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The Sophian
Just Yell Fire, an awareness program aimed at the prevention of rape and sexual assault among women, has recently released a new line of coasters designed to test drinks for the presence of common date rape drugs. The coasters are part of Just Yell Fire's increased efforts to educate young women about sexual violence and prevent its occurrence.
The program was founded in 2006 by Dallas Jessup, who was horrified by the statistics about sexual violence. At age 13, Jessup created a film...

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