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No More Brock Turners: Law Passed for Survivor's Rights

In the past few years the topic of sexual assault has come to the forefront of national conversation. More and more survivors are coming out to...
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Society & Culture : Huffington Post: Impact Blog

The NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault (the Alliance) praises the bravery of the survivor in the Brock Turner Case in sharing her story in the recently publicized witness impact statement. She brilliantly spoke to her convicted rap...

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Obama Just Signed a Bill of Rights for Sexual-Assault Survivors

News / Independent News : Mother Jones

President Barack Obama on Friday signed into law the Sexual Assault Survivors' Rights Act, a sweeping piece of legislation that guarantees specific rights for people who have been victimized by a sexual assault. The measure focuses ...

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