July 2014
Colleges Not Investigating Rape Reports
Shocking study finds little training, athletic directors running investigations, and other campus problems. 

Matthew Sandusky Opens Up To Oprah
Last week, Oprah interviewed Jerry Sandusky's adopted son, Matthew, about the abuse he suffered, and how he's healing today. 

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Back To School With Amazon Smile
New books and pencils? Check. Helping survivors? Just check off RAINN, and Amazon will donate part of every purchase you make. 

Survivor Spotlight: Tamra Wade
Tamra Wade, Speakers Bureau member, shares how she developed positive and open communication with family members and loved ones as part of her healing process.

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"This creates a separate class of students for investigations. As much as I respect coaches and athletic directors, sexual assault investigation is probably not one of their primary skills." 

--- RAINN's
Scott Berkowitz

 "I think it will give students ammunition to get their school to live up to best practices that other schools are implementing." 
---  RAINN's 
Scott Berkowitz


  "Anonymity has always been the default. But in the cases we've seen recently, everything is already out there. So at that point, it's a question of regaining control of the narrative."

--- RAINN's 
Jennifer Marsh
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