Category Archives: Title IX

2013: Good, Bad & Ugly for Women

There was a lot to celebrate in 2013 for women in the media. But some things aren’t changing fast enough.¬† This video recaps the media highs and lows for women.

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Smart Move, UC Berkeley!

Cal Consent Campaign Posters Remind You Halloween Costumes Aren’t An Excuse To Be Rapey by Tyler Kingkaide HuffPost A student-driven campaign at the University of California-Berkeley is reminding people on campus that no matter how revealing a Halloween costume might … Continue reading

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SAFER and V-Day Release Report on Campus Sexual Assault Policies in the U.S.

This report is the culmination of over 5 years of V-Day’s attention and commitment to addressing sexual assault on college campuses. 80% Received Grade of C or Lower¬† Primary Prevention Programming Continues To Represent Critical Area for Growth Nearly One-Third … Continue reading

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