Coalition working to make the number of sexual assaults in Indiana zero

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Indiana is working to lead the nation in sexual assault prevention, and now the Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault is inviting you to join the effort to make the number of sexual assaults in the state zero.

FOX59’s Fanchon Stinger is part of this new public service announcement representing children, teens, men and women standing up to end sexual assault. Now you can stand with FOX59 and the Indiana coalition of community leaders, athletes and families working toward that goal of zero.

Just take a selfie or a photo with your friends holding a sign with the hash tag #MakeTheNumberZero, then post it on social media.

For more information, to get involved or to donate, click here.

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