by Stephanie Krehbiel (Read Part One of this series here.) There’s one question I hear again and again when I’m talking to people about Title IX and sexual violence: Why are schools involved in this at all? Sexual assault is a crime, so why not leave it solely in the hands of the police? I … Continue reading Title IX, Due Process, Standards of Proof, and…what was the question again? (Education is Power, Part II)
by Stephanie Krehbiel You don’t have to become an expert on landmark federal legislation to care about this stuff. But information about existing laws can give you the confidence to argue and advocate from your deepest values.
"Launch Your Future," EMU's website shouts in bold capital letters, as they prepare to hand a social work degree to a student who has - by EMU's own finding - committed sexual violence.
The author of today’s post, Erin Bergen, is a leader in the survivor-led movement against sexualized violence at Mennonite colleges. As a student at Goshen College in Goshen, Indiana, she helped found the Functional Immediate Response Student Safety Team (FIRSST), a group of students committed to ending sexualized and gender-based violence on the Goshen campus. … Continue reading Preaching Peace and Silencing Survivors