If You Don’t Get Why Campus Rape Is A National Problem, Read This

If You Don’t Get Why Campus Rape Is A National Problem, Read This
by thecatalystsforchange
By Lydia O’Connor, Tyler Kingkade on Huffington Post
This is why injustice plagues most sexual assault cases.
For many people, reading the Stanford University sexual assault victim’s powerful letter to her assailant was an entry point into the complicated, unjust realities of reporting and punishing sexual assault. While the attention the case — and similar ones at Baylor and Vanderbilt Universities — received is unusual, the attacks are not. Here are some of the most important things you need to know about the scope of sexual assault on college campuses.

Around 1 in 5 women may experience sexual assault at college.

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ByLydia O’Connor, Tyler Kingkade on Huffington Post

This is why injustice plagues most sexual assault cases.

For many people, reading the Stanford University sexual assault victim’s powerful letter to her assailant was an entry point into the complicated, unjust realities of reporting and punishing sexual assault. While the attention the case — and similar ones at Baylor and Vanderbilt Universities — received is unusual, the attacks are not. Here are some of the most important things you need to know about the scope of sexual assault on college campuses.

Around 1 in 5 women may experience sexual assault at college.

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