The movement behind #metoo

Originally Published on Change.org on October 30, 2017 My name is Amanda Nguyen, and after my rape, I felt despair. So when I met a broken criminal justice system — like so many survivors who found out their rape kits can be destroyed before being tested — I rewrote the …

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Angry? #MeToo

Originally Published on Change.org on October 25, 2017 #MeToo has flooded our newsfeeds and showcases the ubiquitousness of sexual assault across the world. Here at Rise, we stand in solidarity with everyone who has experienced sexual harassment or assault. That is why we work hard every day to fight for …

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#MeToo

Originally Published on Change.org on October 24, 2017 I am a rape survivor. I use to be ashamed to say those words. Not anymore. Survivors like me are speaking out. It’s time to go after those protecting and empowering sexual predators — companies like Twitter who enable people to make …

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Congressman honors 36 women, 16 from Solano

Originally published in The Vacaville Reporter on October 19, 2017 By Kimberly K. Fu Amidst a backdrop of the American flag and a banner reading “When Women Succeed, America Succeeds,” Congressman John Garamendi, D-Solano, Thursday in Woodland welcomed 36 women into the family. That is, the elite group of 3rd …

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