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Four things the media gets wrong about the campus gender violence movement

Few modern movements have been as extensively documented as student organizing against gender-based violence. The fact that there’s a lot of coverage doesn’t mean it’s good coverage, though.

Few modern movements have been as extensively documented as student organizing against gender-based violence. The fact that there’s a lot of coverage doesn’t mean it’s good coverage, though.

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UCSB student activists tell university: “It’s not on us. It’s on you.”

Joining efforts of student activists at the University of Chicago and elsewhere, students at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) are turning their university’s watered-down “It’s On Us” PR campaign on its head with a radical new statement: “It’s not on us. It’s on you, UCSB.”

Joining efforts of student activists at the University of Chicago and elsewhere, students at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) are turning their university’s watered-down “It’s On Us” PR campaign on its ...

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A student from Rutgers University shares her story of sexual assault

Ed. note: This post was originally published on the Community site.

A warrior named Rebecca Emont recently spoke at Take Back the Night about her experience being sexually assaulted at Rutgers University.

Ed. note: This post was originally published on the Community site.

A warrior named Rebecca Emont recently spoke at Take Back the Night about her experience being sexually assaulted at Rutgers University.

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Columbia sued for failing to protect alleged rapist from “harassment”

The student accused of rape by Emma Sulkowicz is suing Columbia University, claiming that the school failed to protect him from “severe, pervasive … and threatening behavior by other Columbia students.”

The student accused of rape by Emma Sulkowicz is suing Columbia University, claiming that the school failed to protect him from “severe, pervasive … and threatening behavior by other Columbia students.”

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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Jacqui Germain asks, “What is the psychological cost of building a movement predicated on displaying our individual and collective grief, suffering and death?”

Reina Gossett on visibility, respectability, and resistance.

Jacqui Germain asks, “What is the psychological cost of building a movement predicated on displaying our individual and collective grief, suffering and death?”

Reina Gossett on visibility, respectability, and resistance.

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