Posts Tagged ‘sexual abuse’

Emily Doe, the Rapist & the Judge

/ July 7th, 2016 / No Comments »

There has been much deserved attention to the words of Emily Doe, the Stanford rape survivor. Her 12 page victim impact statement, has caught the imagination of the greater public. Most news headlines, social media and water cooler conversation, centers around the alleged perpetrator, especially

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Can any good come from the Sandusky sexual abuse trial?

/ June 11th, 2012 / No Comments »

The Sandusky sexual abuse trial is about to begin and the saga will unfold on the Internet, mainstream news and in the tabloids. Many stories will be told, exposed and exploited even with the restrictions on photography, texting, video, etc., imposed by the court. The

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Crisis of Confidence, Hope for Prevention

/ March 3rd, 2012 / No Comments »

Los Angeles is going through a crisis of confidence in the capacity of the Los Angeles Unified School District to protect children from sexual abuse by trusted adults: their teachers. In the span of a weeks time, 4 adult teachers were arrested for alleged sexual

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