Lady Gaga, Joined by 50 Survivors, Performs “Til It Happens To You” at the Oscars

Lady Gaga and Diane Warren’s Academy Award-nominated song, “Til It Happens To You,” has become an anthem for survivors of sexual assault and all forms of trauma. If you saw Gaga’s riveting performance at the Oscars, you know why. In a historic moment for survivors of assault around the world, Lady Gaga was joined by 50 survivors of campus sexual assault, many of whom were featured in The Hunting Ground, including Kamilah Willingham, Annie Clark, Andrea Pino and Sofie Karasek.

As survivors and artists, Diane and Gaga created the song for our film in order to draw attention to and help address the national crisis of sexual violence against young people. With more than 26 million views on YouTube and an Academy Award nomination, they have certainly succeeded. Music has the power to move people, and we hope those of you who haven’t seen the documentary will be moved to learn more about this crisis.

You can rent or buy The Hunting Ground on iTunes, and starting March 14th, it will be available on Netflix. Sign up on this page and we’ll remind you when it’s released.

If you’ve already seen the film, please share it with someone you know. The more people who know about this ongoing crisis, the sooner we can end it.

If you are a survivor of sexual assault or want to take action to stop sexual violence, visit See Act Stop or one of our other partners:

American Association of University Women
Black Women’s Blueprint
Born This Way Foundation
Break The Cycle
Breakthrough
California Women’s Law Center
Carry That Weight
The Clery Center
Culture of Respect
End Rape on Campus (EROC)
Feminist Majority Foundation
Futures Without Violence
It’s On US
Know Your IX
Man Up
Men Can Stop Rape
Ms. Foundation for Women
National Alliance Ending Sexual Violence
National Organization for Women
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
National Women’s Law Center
NO MORE campaign
Peace Over Violence
PreventConnect
RAINN
Sexual Assault Hotline – 1-800-656-HOPE
UltraViolet
Women’s Law Project