Employees say a program that serves LGBTQI+ survivors of sexual assault is failing staff and patients.
The narrative doesn’t shy away from Cosby’s acclaim and beloved status—nor should it.
Go to the Body explores healing, justice, and what it actually looks like to protect Black women.
Nearly six months after dozens of people came forward with allegations, the religious school has made few moves—and isn’t talking.
In an era of unprecedented attention to gender violence, Latinx organizers demand CPS address shortcomings.
Folks who’d like to volunteer with the Our Music My Body campaign can attend a free training this weekend in the Loop.
The country’s longest-standing Latina organization helps more than 8,000 clients a year in English and Spanish.
But the mayoral candidate doesn’t mention ways to help the Tennessee woman who killed her sexual assaulter at 16 and got a life sentence.
Olivia Ortiz’s 2013 Title IX complaint was one of the catalysts for the University of Chicago to reevaluate its sexual assault report process.
Rumors about the Chicago band’s sexually abusive behavior had been circulating in private for years. A group of devoted fans decided to make them public.
Six months after former students accused him of sexual harassment and bullying, the award-winning journalist, a director at the Medill Justice Project, resigns.
“We hear you. We’re listening,” the faculty wrote to the “Medill Me Too” group.
Medill Justice Project director requested a leave after ten women signed letter alleging a history of harassment and inappropriate behavior
Former students and employees who worked with Klein on the Medill Justice Project come forward with allegations stretching back a decade
Abolitionist educator Mariame Kaba explores how survivors of sexual harassment and violence can find justice outside the legal system, and how perpetrators can embrace accountability.