If you don't live on a college campus, you may not be aware that April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. If you do live on one, you probably haven't gone a day without a reminder—in the form of a lecture, art exhibit, poetry slam, speakout, and, most prominently, a "Take Back the Night" march. It makes sense for colleges to pay special attention to the epidemic of sexual violence—the Department of Justice estimates that one in five women will be sexually assaulted during their college years.
Dr. Theodore Everett, a philosophy professor at SUNY Geneseo, is celebrating the campus's Sexual Assault Awareness week in an unconventional way: by holding a lecture about how sexual assault is not a real issue on college campuses ... Read Post
For quite a few years now, April has been known in activist circles as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. So, when people say that President Obama has declared April to be Sexual Assault Awareness Month, this is not quite accurate — h... Read Post