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Title IX and College Rape: A Series of Injustice, Part 2

Title IX and College Rape: A Series of Injustice, Part 2 Jessica Denis August 24, 2016 The number of victims on campus continues to rise as not much is done about it. There is a pool of knowledge around the topic of Title IX and campus rape, but no one is really providing any action. [...]

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Stanford Undergrads to Lead SAVE Workshops on Sexuality and Consent

Stanford Undergrads to Lead SAVE Workshops on Sexuality and Consent Kathleen Sullivan August 15, 2016 During autumn quarter, Stanford undergraduates trained as peer educators will lead workshops designed to introduce first-year students to the intrapersonal and interpersonal skills needed to cultivate a more resilient, supportive and safe Stanford community. Stanford Anti-Violence Educators Jazzmin Williams, Lola [...]

By |August 15th, 2016|Accountability, Campus, Event, Feminism, Rape-Culture Hysteria, Research, Sex Education, Sex Trafficking, Sexual Harassment|Comments Off on Stanford Undergrads to Lead SAVE Workshops on Sexuality and Consent

GOP Platform: Campus Rape is for Police, Not Professors

GOP Platform: Campus Rape is for Police, Not Professors Blake Neff July 13, 2016 The current draft of the GOP platform created in Cleveland includes a provision calling for sexual assault on college campuses to be handled exclusively by police, not campus judicial bodies. Delegates on the platform committee of the Republican National Convention met [...]

Why Title IX Has Failed Everyone on Campus Rape

Why Title IX Has Failed Everyone on Campus Rape Diana Moskovitz July 7, 2016 It registers less as news and more as routine when another Title IX lawsuit arises against a college or university for failing to meet its obligations to address sexual violence. The same is true when the claims made in these suits [...]

Rape Culture, The Hunting Ground, and Amy Goodman: A Critical Perspective

Rape Culture, The Hunting Ground, and Amy Goodman: A Critical Perspective David Green The problem of sexual assault and rape culture on college campuses is a serious one, and an even greater one beyond college campuses. Nevertheless, the recent documentary film The Hunting Ground (2015) is at best problematic and at worst counter-productive in its [...]

By |June 28th, 2016|Accusing U., Affirmative Consent, Campus, Civil Rights, Feminism, Sex Education, Sexual Assault, Victims|Comments Off on Rape Culture, The Hunting Ground, and Amy Goodman: A Critical Perspective

Sexual Assault Rally Prompts Counter-Protest

Sexual Assault Rally Prompts Counter-Protest Kelsey Knorp May 17, 2016 About a dozen University of California, Santa Barbara students gathered on the lawn between the Arbor and library on Monday to call for hastened fulfillment of all 13 demands issued to the university administration last year after a 13-hour sit-in in Chancellor Henry Yang’s office. [...]

By |May 23rd, 2016|Accountability, Accusing U., Campus, Civil Rights, DED Sexual Assault Directive, Feminism, Free Speech, Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment|Comments Off on Sexual Assault Rally Prompts Counter-Protest

Professors Urge Department of Education to Revise Sexual Assault Guidance

Professors Urge Department of Education to Revise Sexual Assault Guidance Jake New May 17, 2016 Citing an erosion of free speech and due process on college campuses, a group of 21 law professors on Monday released an open letter alleging that the U.S. Department of Education has unlawfully expanded how colleges must define and respond [...]

By |May 17th, 2016|Accountability, Accusing U., Bills, Campus, Civil Rights, Dating Violence, DED Sexual Assault Directive, Department of Justice, False Allegations, Feminism, Title IX|Comments Off on Professors Urge Department of Education to Revise Sexual Assault Guidance

Ga. Lawmaker Sues U.S. over Guidance on Campus Sexual Misconduct Cases

Ga. Lawmaker Sues U.S. over Guidance on Campus Sexual Misconduct Cases Janel Davis April 21, 2016 A state lawmaker critical of the way colleges handle sexual-misconduct cases has sued the federal government, saying it forces colleges to abide by policies he calls unconstitutional. Rep. Earl Ehrhart’s lawsuit claims that U.S. Department of Education policies have [...]

By |April 28th, 2016|Accountability, Accusing U., Campus, Discrimination, False Allegations, Feminism, Rape-Culture Hysteria, Research, Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment|Comments Off on Ga. Lawmaker Sues U.S. over Guidance on Campus Sexual Misconduct Cases

‘Judicial Restraint’ Is Killing Constitutional Rights on College Campuses

'Judicial Restraint' Is Killing Constitutional Rights on College Campuses Greg Piper April 28, 2016 WASHINGTON – There are two Constitutions, and our future as a country largely depends on which one we follow, according to Georgetown Law Prof. Randy Barnett. The architect of the legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act talked about his new [...]

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In First of Its Kind Lawsuit, Student Athlete Wrongfully Accused of Sexual Assault Sues Obama Administration

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 19, 2016 CONTACT: Jeanette Hoffman (908) 418-0859 IN FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND LAWSUIT, STUDENT ATHLETE WRONGFULLY ACCUSED OF SEXUAL ASSAULT SUES OBAMA ADMINISTRATION AND CSU PUEBLO FOR VIOLATING TITLE IX GENDER DISCRIMINATION LAW PUEBLO, CO— Grant Neal, a prominent student athlete at Colorado State University Pueblo (CSU Pueblo), has filed a first-of-its-kind lawsuit against [...]

By |April 19th, 2016|Accountability, Accusing U., Affirmative Consent, Bills, Campus, Dating Violence, DED Sexual Assault Directive, Discrimination, Due Process, Event, False Allegations, Feminism, Free Speech, Rape-Culture Hysteria, Research, Sex Education, Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, Title IX, Violence, Wrongful Convictions|Comments Off on In First of Its Kind Lawsuit, Student Athlete Wrongfully Accused of Sexual Assault Sues Obama Administration