Tag Archives: campus activism

Send a message to the new White House Task Force on campus sexual assault

TweetKnow Your Title IX and ED ACT NOW are headed back to the White House, and they need your help.  Tweet
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Rapists seem to think Title IX protects their “right” not to be accused of sexual assault

TweetOh, this is just perfect. In recent years, we’ve seen activists and rape survivors across the country push their colleges to more effectively address campus sexual assault. From Dartmouth to Amherst to Yale, they’ve spoken out about how their schools’ administrations have failed them. And they’ve filed lawsuits to hold them accountable. The Know Your Title IX campaign, [...]
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Do you Know Your IX? Do you fancy a little activism this weekend?

TweetIf you’re in high school or college, you need to Know Your IX. You need to know how Title IX protects you, your friends, your classmates, your teammates, and everyone else on your campus from sex-based discrimination. And if you feel like a doing a little activism, a little awareness raising, on your campus this [...]
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Do you know your Title IX?

Tweet We’re so excited that the Know Your Title IX site is now officially launched! As Lori covered before, Know Your Title IX is a campaign started by our own Alexandra and a collective of survivor-activists and allies across the country. It aims to ensure that every college student in the U.S. knows that under Title [...]
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The radical potential and great disappointment of school sexual misconduct boards

TweetIn a development that surprised exactly no one who has been following the recent stories of mishandled sexual violence reports at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights has agreed to investigate the school’s policies and practices. The investigation is prompted by a complaint filed in [...]
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