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Maybe Al Franken’s a ‘good’ man. He still admitted to sexual harassment.

Alexandra Tracy-Ramirez, 2017-2018 Fellow. This piece first appeared on NBC News. "No one wants to think of someone they love, or anyone they know and respect, as a monster. But in the wake of the Weinstein…
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Silent Victims of Sexual Assault in the Military

Randiesia Fletcher-Riggs, 2017-2018 Fellow. This piece first appeared in Garnet News. "Sexual assault is not exclusive to Hollywood and the world of politics. It also is a problem in our military, one that I lived through…
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Survivors who disclose need empathy, not judgment

Edna Meza Aguirre, 2014-2015 Fellow and Monica J. Casper. This piece first appeared in the Arizona Daily Star. "#MeToo is the latest example of hashtag activism. Following Weinstein-gate, social media exploded ..."
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We Need Fraternity Men to Do a Lot More Than ‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’

Krista Millay. 2015-2016 Fellow. This piece was first published by Everyday Feminism. "For many, Greek life is a central part of the college experience. And each year, it seems there are more efforts by fraternity men…
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On Brock Turner, Ken Starr, and Sending your Daughter Off to College

Krista Millay, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellows. This piece was first published in The Huffington Post, "It’s around this time each summer that I always get a handful of calls from concerned parents, asking the same thing. These…
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Want to Prevent Sexual Assault on College Campuses? Let’s Start With Our Kindergarteners

Krista Millay-2015-2016 Fellow. This piece was first published in the Huffington Post.  “"There is a major problem with looking to colleges and universities to solve the problem of campus sexual assault. If there's any truth in…
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Why don’t witnesses intervene?

Sheri Bauman-2014-2015 Fellow. This piece was first published in Medium. “The alleged gang rape last month in broad daylight on a Florida beach packed with college students on spring break is shocking enough, but the news…
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Girl immigrants crossing the US border often survived rape and abuse. They’ve got more courage than most of Congress

Ana Christina da Silva Iddings-2013-2014 Fellow. This piece was first published in The Guardian. “W hen I left Brazil as a 20-year-old, my country was in the midst of economic crisis, and I wanted to escape…
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Rwandan Genocide: Remembering the ‘Other’ Casualties

Elise Collins Shields-2013-2014 Fellow. This piece was originally published in The Huffington Post. “This week marks the start of the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. Twenty years ago this spring, between 800,000 and 1.2 million Tutsi…
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The Pentagon’s shameful culture of sexual assault can still be uprooted

Elise Collins Shields-2013-2014 Fellow. This piece was originally published by The Guardian. “‘I could trade in my wife for you.’ That’s what one of my husband’s former US Air Force Academy classmates told me at their…
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