Student Activists Keep Pressure On Campus Sexual Assault
NPR. August 26, 2014
Campus sexual assault lawyers know that the number of cases is growing, and as one NPR report demonstrates, student activists are helping to protect others.
"Georgetown is not among the more than 70 colleges being investigated for how they've handled sexual assault cases; in fact, it's ahead of many others on the issue. But Jha says the problem is a national epidemic. About 1 in 5 women are sexually assaulted in college, as are some men, and Jha has become active beyond her own campus. Last winter Jha joined a group that uses social media to spread the word that schools are bound to try to protect students from sexual assault under a federal law called Title IX."
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