Most Colleges Got a D+ or Worse on Sexual Assault Policy. Here’s How They Can Change That.

Most Colleges Got a D+ or Worse on Sexual Assault Policy. Here’s How They Can Change That.

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Working with students to enhance their schools’ sexual assault policies can sometimes be trying and emotionally draining but it is certainly eye opening and, above all else, fulfilling. As the epidemic of campus sexual violence has taken the national spotlight, Students Active For Ending Rape (SAFER) has been inspired by the tireless work of anti-rape student activists. While this issue isn’t new, it is pressing and students all over the country are frustrated by the failures of their administrators and college sexual assault policies. To combat the red tape and lack of transparency, student activists have called on their peers, allied faculty members, the federal government, and organizations like SAFER to speak out in support of survivors and demand stronger, survivor-oriented college sexual assault policies.

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