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UCLA: Honored Women Who Have Spoken Out Against Sexual Abuse

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Sexual Abuse has been a big hold back for many colleges/universities and society in the U.S.  Not until recently has the issue received attention from the media and the authority.  UCLA, a world’s top university who once was tagged as having one of the most dangerous campuses in the U.S., has taken multiple approaches against Sexual Abuse. Here is their latest released video on YouTube.

Two of the country’s premier women’s gymnastics programs, UCLA and the University of Oklahoma, jointly honored women who have spoken out against sexual abuse. – UCLA Newsroom

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One Response to UCLA: Honored Women Who Have Spoken Out Against Sexual Abuse

  1. fiddle February 11, 2018 at 10:52 am #

    Sexual assaults happen not just on college or university campuses. I am glad now that more schools are willing to break their silence and make their students better aware of the problems. Sexual assaults also exist among kindergartens through high schools, too. However, they are under-report due to lack of the tracking data.
    Anyway, I am happy to see a top school UCLA take the initiative to honor those brave victims.

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