Rallying Cry, an event held by Mallorie Johnson, senior theater arts major, helped advocate for the Joyful Heart’s Policy and Advocacy program End The Backlog in Sneaky Park on Saturday.
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The #MeToo Movement finally gave a voice to the women who were silenced for decades by powerful men in Hollywood. But the stories that started the movement, would have come out sooner had they not been silenced by broadcast networks such as NBC and ABC.
Secret settlements and non-disclosure agreements are officially prohibited in sexual harassment cases after the passing of a new law this year.
Over the course of the year, I have come across several tweets made by outraged users regarding the seemingly prevalent “narrative,” as some users have defined it, of false rape accusations.
The 2020 election cycle is shaping up to be a treacherous one, as a smear campaign against presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg, the first openly gay presidential candidate, demonstrates the lengths to which some Trump supporters will go.
In November 2018, the U.S. Department of Education, under U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, released proposed changes to Title IX procedures.
The University of La Verne’s annual security report was sent to all students, faculty and staff late last month – with four reported cases of rape on the main campus in 2017.
Christine Blasey Ford, research psychologist and professor at Palo Alto University, came forward with an allegation accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her more than 30 years ago. Since coming forward, Ford has received online and telephone death threats, had her email hacked and was forced to move out of her home […]
Watching artists such as 6ix9ine and Xxxtentacion continue their rise to fame after being exposed for behavior such as domestic abuse and sexual misconduct is unacceptable.
A year after “13 Reasons Why” became Netflix’s buzziest show for its ability to not shy away from tough subject matter, we return to Liberty High school where the school’s climate is still in turmoil five months after the suicide of Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford).