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“In this signature espnW column, Allison Glock sits down for a candid Q&A with a remarkable person or, in this case, remarkable people: Andrea Pino and Annie Clark. The aim is to cover topics high and low, deep and less so, to present a fresh look at folks we think we know and meet some others we wish we’d known all along. Sometimes it gets personal.”
Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering discuss the largely unreported instances of sexual assault that plague U.S. college campuses in their documentary THE HUNTING GROUND with Jon Stewart.
Watch the discussion on the Daily Show.
“America may have a shot at rejoining the world’s most educated nations by 2025”
Find out more on NPR.
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“Since 2013, Clark and Pino, have become thorns in the side of college administrators everywhere. From their apartment in Los Angeles. they formed the group End Rape On Campus, part of a growing network of sexual assault survivors and student activists.”
Read the full article on the Huffington Post.
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“The day after Rolling Stone published its now-notorious feature about a gruesome fraternity gang rape at the University of Virginia, UVA President Teresa Sullivan issued a statement defending her school”
Read the full article on the Atlantic.
“Title IX is a landmark federal civil right that prohibits sex discrimination in education. Title IX is not just about sports; it is a prohibition against sex-based discrimination in education.”
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