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Changing the Culture Clothing Project

Why Do We Need the Clothing Project?

The purpose of the Clothing Project is not to discourage modesty or to belittle those who choose to dress conservatively. The Clothing Project graphically and viscerally demonstrates that modesty does not protect people from sexual assault.

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Protecting Children

Nuance Matters for Best Practice!

Let’s do our children a real favor, and be accurate in our teaching–not take an “easy shortcut” that leads to long-term harm.

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In the News

“Sins of the Amish” Behind the Scenes–Coffee with Mary, Jasper, Misty, and Hope Anne

Hope Anne Dueck joined with several other members of the cast of Sins of the Amish to discuss the show and next steps going forward. Watch the discussion below! Sins of the Amish is streaming through Peacock TV.

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News

“Sins of the Amish” Now Streaming

The series follows the stories of several survivors as they attempt to find justice and healing. It shows the obstacles they face and the opposition they encounter, not only from their perpetrators and the justice system, but also their own communities, friends, and relatives.

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In the News

“Sins of the Amish” — Behind the Scenes with Hope Anne

A few fun facts about “Sins of the Amish” and my role in it.

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Seminars

Confronting the Lies: A Statement from A Better Way

A Better Way is committed to continuing to partner with Safe Communities and our speakers to bring much needed awareness and information to Lancaster County.

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Seminars

Lancaster Seminar Registration Is Now Open! 

Come and get training from professionals on identifying and reporting abuse and making our homes, churches, and communities safe places. Learn ways to teach and empower children, how to respond wisely in the event of possible abuse, topics of special interest to survivors, and much more.

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Changing the Culture

Amish Abuse Awareness Conference

On Saturday, March 4, Hope Anne Dueck, along Mary Byler and Ruth Ann Brubaker, attended the Amish Abuse Awareness Conference in Middlefield, OH.

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Reporting Abuse Supporting Victims

Exciting New Resources!

We are thrilled to be able to offer two new resources for education on sexual abuse, especially geared toward Amish and Plain communities.

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Changing the Culture

Child Sexual Abuse Survey Begins

Dr. Tara Mitchell and Mary Byler are conducting research on experiences of child sexual abuse, particularly in conservative religious groups like the Anabaptists. They have worked with others to create a survey about child sexual abuse.