For many survivors of sexual assault and racial discrimination, the past several years have seen small steps toward progress. For decades, too many, particularly women of color, were actively shamed, attacked or otherwise pushed back into the shadows when they tried to seek justice against their attacker. As more survivors courageously share their experience and hold their abusers accountable, society is increasingly recognizing their stories and ensuring they receive justice.
Protect Colorado’s sexual-assault survivors
Apr 26, 2023
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