11 Million Survivors in CA: We Need Your Help

Originally published on Change.org on October 11, 2017 By Amanda Nguyen. Dear Friends, One year ago you helped us make history by passing the Federal Sexual Assault Survivor Bill of Rights. Because of state’s rights, we have to fight for this bill in individual states. We are so close in…

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Why did so many doubt Mayor Murray’s accusers?

Originally published on Seattle Times on 15, 2017 By Katelyn N. Brewer and Cathy Huber. Why did it take a fifth report to compel Mayor Ed Murray’s resignation when four others spoke out months ago? How was he able to remain in public office during this time? Months ago, four…

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Bridget Bland

Bridget Bland was born and raised in Northern California. She remembers how much growing up felt like being in two separate, yet complete worlds. Bridget always  had trouble finding a  consistent  place to call “home”.  Bridget’s parents divorced when she was still a toddler, for her, divorced parents meant being…

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Pass a Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights in California

Originally published on Change.Org in March, 2017 By Flannery From California. California is close to passing a Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights that will guarantee comprehensive, common sense civil rights for survivors like me. In March of 2015, I was sexually assaulted by a man I was dating. When…

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