Meanwhile, Mick Foley (whose forthcoming Jezebel advice column will fix your life!) was able to get a RAINN mention on The Daily Show, which is a pretty notable significant awareness-raising accomplishment. He took a second to talk to us about his efforts:

RAINN staff at the event praised Foley and Strickland for their efforts to create a public conversation about rape and sexual violence. The organization also honored Shonda Rimes, creator of Private Practice, for her decision to tell a story of rape on her show. Shonda, while not able to attend the event in person, delivered an emotional message through KaDee: "There are so many Charlottes in the world," she said. "I did this for the survivors. I want them to know they are not alone. You are not alone."


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