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Domestic Violence Awareness Month & DV resources

By Ava Lee-Green Around 24 people in the U.S. are victims of domestic violence every minute. Over the course of a year, this adds up to approximately 12 million people. Domestic Violence Awareness Month has evolved in the past few decades of its annual observation, but the intent has remained…

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What's happening with the Spanish women's soccer team?

By Ava Lee-Green Photo of Jenni Hermoso by Alejandro Reguero via Wikimedia Commons. Despite it being less than a week since the Spanish Women’s National Soccer Team won the Women’s World Cup, their victory has been somewhat overshadowed by serious allegations against the Spanish Soccer Federation (RFEF). After non-consensually kissing…

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The Equal Rights Amendment: a step towards addressing sexual assault in the military

Sexual assault and harassment have long been issues in the military, affecting both men and women in uniform. Despite efforts to address this issue, the military still struggles to prevent and respond to these incidents effectively. According to the Department of Defense's annual report on sexual assault in the military,…

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Why sex ed should stay in schools

By Velu Ochoa It seems that politicians these days are trying to weaponize everything and anything for their own political agenda. Recent attempts to stop or ban sex education in schools include the Don’t Say Period’ bill in FL that aims to restrict how, what, and when health and sex…

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Sexual assault in the military: making reforms happen

In the lead up to Veterans Day, we are sharing information about military sexual assaults. This is the third post in the series of three. By Jenny Horn The problem of sexual assaults and sexual harassment in the military is pervasive, but not unsolvable. There are several lines of opportunity…

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Sexual assault in the military: spotlighting problem solvers

In the lead up to Veterans Day, we’ll be sharing information about military sexual assaults. This is the second post in the series of three. By Jenny Horn In our first post in this series, we've highlighted the pervasiveness of the issue of military sexual assaults. It may seem overwhelming…

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Sexual assault in the military

In the lead up to Veterans Day, we'll be sharing information about military sexual assaults. This is the first post in the series of three. By Jenny Horn Women remain a minority in the armed services making up only 16.5% of those individuals, yet nearly 1 in 4 U.S. servicewomen…

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