Another fantastic collection of posts Marcella over at abyss2hope gathered up! And we’re in it! Thanks Marcella! A few of my favorites so far:
In on the record posted at Taking Steps, we get one woman’s thoughts about what would have happened if her rape had been reported and whether she would have been viewed the way many are viewing the alleged victim in the Duke case.
In Join Voices with Native American and Alaska Native Women posted at Holly’s Fight for Justice, we get a discussion on the Amnesty International report which showed that Native American and Alaska Native women are more than 2.5 times more likely to be raped or sexually assaulted than other women in the United States in general. A complex maze of tribal, state and federal jurisdictions allows perpetrators to rape with impunity and in some cases even encourages assaults.
In Review of “Till Domestic Violence Does Us Part?” posted at Deaf Blog: Alternative Solutions Center (ASC), we get a review of a new video about domestic violence, made by Deaf filmmakers, for Deaf viewers (an audience too often left out of awareness campaigns).
In Enough Please with the Free Speech Nonsense posted at Slant Truth, we get a response to those who demand to be allowed to say whatever they want on other people’s blogs because to reject a comment is to violate someone’s first amendment rights.
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