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Action Alert: Tell Goshen to Listen to Survivors

goshen entranceThe goal is simple: Empower victims to speak, and encourage the kind of transparency that makes abuse harder to hide or ignore.

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Why Abuse Survivors Still Think Twice Before Telling their Stories: Retaliation At Goshen College

DhG9btnVMAEOdCPWhen college officials decry survivors’ use of social media, it’s time to pay extra attention to the content of what has been posted.

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The Heart of Accountability: Interview with Stephanie Krehbiel, as Illustrated by Cats

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Stephanie Krehbiel, PhD with honors

Several weeks ago, Into Account Executive Director Stephanie Krehbiel sat down with Rebecca Barrett-Fox, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Arkansas State University and author of God Hates: Westboro Baptist Church, the Religious Right, and American Nationalism, for a talk about accountability, specificity of sexualized violence in Christian contexts, and a “day in the office” supporting survivors.

(This interview originally appeared on the Mennonite-themed blog that Rebecca co-writes with writer Joel Mathis, sixoh6.com. Thanks to Rebecca and Joel for generously allowing us to republish it here.)

Get yourself a nice cup of tea and prepare for some fierce honesty and biting humor from the kindest, smartest, bravest advocate I know – oh, and to her chagrin, I can’t fail to mention her PhD (with honors). The doctor is in. – Jay Yoder, Into Account Advisory Board

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Let’s Have a Locker Room Talk

At many small liberal arts colleges, however, athletic departments have direct relationship with the lifeblood of their colleges: they function as recruitment machines, and without them, some colleges wouldn’t have high enough enrollment numbers to stay open.

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Responding to reports of abuse: Who’s getting it right? And where does theology come in?

It’s a perfectly fantastic question. Who is not making a mess of sexual violence reports, and how can we hold up these instances of success as models for others to follow?

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