Pants on FIRE: Four Myths (and Truths) About the Work of the Departments of Education and Justice on Sexual Violence at Schools

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Pants on FIRE: Four Myths (and Truths) About the Work of the Departments of Education and Justice on Sexual Violence at Schools

Friday, October 18, 2013

by Fran Faircloth Fellow at the National Women’s Law Center Sexual harassment and violence are persistent problems at universities, high schools, and even middle schools across the country. In a national survey of nearly 2,000 seventh through twelfth-graders conducted in 2011, nearly half of all students surveyed reported experiencing some form of sexual harassment in… Continue Reading Pants on FIRE: Four Myths (and Truths) About the Work of the Departments of Education and Justice on Sexual Violence at Schools

It’s Time for the Poor to Come Out of the Plutocracy’s Closet of Shame

Monday, December 3, 2012

By Jeff Nall Truthout | Op-Ed As a college-educated, heterosexual, white, male American citizen I know something about (unearned) privilege. But being poor – for the last three years our family of five has lived on, and continues to live on, well under $30,000 annually – has also taught me that a social analysis that… Continue Reading It’s Time for the Poor to Come Out of the Plutocracy’s Closet of Shame

At the Conference: Mikeya Jackson-Harper, YWCA Washington State University

Friday, April 8, 2011

by Mikeya Jackson-Harper YWCA Washington State University My name is Mikeya Jackson-Harper and I am a Junior at Washington State University who is majoring in Sociology and Digital Technology and Culture. This is my first time attending the YWCA National Conference USA in Washington, D.C. It was an amazing experience. I learned about the political… Continue Reading At the Conference: Mikeya Jackson-Harper, YWCA Washington State University