The Everyday Activist Guide » 10 Things You Can Do To Combat Workplace Violence.

I really like this website Future Without Violence, they provide so much great information this article give tips on being a activist against sexual violence. We are living in an extraordinary time. Survivors of sexual violence are coming forward and some are finally being heard and believed. And while a few powerful abusers are payingContinue reading “The Everyday Activist Guide » 10 Things You Can Do To Combat Workplace Violence.”

Until It Happens To You.

We know that apart of domestic violence is sexual assault as well, it can start as early as middle school and continue on through adulthood. I saw this video by Lady Gaga and thought to myself this is such a great video that shines a light on sexual assault in college. Because statistics show, KnowContinue reading “Until It Happens To You.”

What is affirmative consent, and how is USC combatting sexual violence?

Since the second-wave feminist movement of the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s to the debate over reproductive rights and the global phenomenon of #MeToo, a number of social and political factors have brought increased attention to issues of sexual violence and assault. Unfortunately, the problem endures: Today, it is estimated that 1 in 6 American womenContinue reading “What is affirmative consent, and how is USC combatting sexual violence?”

Why Are Activists Fighting to End Sexual and Domestic Violence are Calling for Gun Control

I was looking for an article to post that dealt with violence against youth and young adults dating, and I came upon this article that I thought was quite interesting. According to the member organizations of the National Task Force to End Sexual and Domestic Violence—which represent thousands of programs and advocates serving victims andContinue reading “Why Are Activists Fighting to End Sexual and Domestic Violence are Calling for Gun Control”

Could federal court ruling push how colleges handle sexual assault to U.S. Supreme Court?

DETROIT — A ruling this week by the federal 1st Circuit Court of Appeals could be the key to landing the issue of how universities handle sexual assaults before the U.S. Supreme Court.  — Read on http://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.usatoday.com/amp/1968204001