This is how we lived the 2nd Walk #ISayNoMore!

We raised our voices and said “NO MORE” to the Sexual Abuse of Our Children!
This mobilization was the result of the combined efforts of the #ISayNoMore Movement, the Mayor’s Office and the Yonkers School District.

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The proceeds will be used to develop a curriculum for 8th grade students in the Yonkers School District.

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#ISayNoMore to Sexual Violence Walk

On Saturday April 29th, the #YoDigoNoMas (I Say No More) movement in collaboration with the Yonkers School District and the Mayor of Yonkers hosted the Second Annual Walk Against Sexual Abuse of Our Children. A “silent pandemic” that is affecting millions of children and families.

When we join forces, we can make an impact. The goal of this walk is to raise awareness and break the cycle of the sexual abuse happening to our children through prevention and education.

The Walk began at City Hall in Yonkers and ended at Eugenio Maria de Hostos Charter School, where the supporters enjoyed complimentary food, music, and family activities.


Couldn’t make it to the walk, but want to join our cause?

You can also help our cause with donations. With just $1, you can make a difference in the life of a child! All proceeds will go towards the development of an educational curriculum. Your contribution will aid in the development of understanding sexual abuse in schools throughout New York State. Yo Digo No Mas has already fostered an alliance with the Yonkers School District and will be piloting an educational curriculum with the 8th grade in September 2023. Together, we can put an end to the sexual abuse of the most innocent, but we need your help!

About Yo Digo No Mas (I say No More)

Yo Digo No Más, a non-profit organization that has launched a global movement to raise awareness of the high prevalence of sexual abuse happening to our children with a strong focus in Latino communities, which helps break the cycle of sexual abuse through prevention and education, and provide mental health resources and tools for survivors and families.