Tuesday, April 5
Pressley: Colleges Should Do More To Prevent Sexual Assaults On Campus
Despite federal laws created to protect students, one of out five women will be sexually assaulted during her college years. It’s widely believed that colleges and universities have failed to protect women from this epidemic of sexual assault and Boston City Councilor at-large Ayanna Pressley wants to help change that. She joins us to explain why this issue is so important to her.
Seeking Justice for Campus Rapes – an investigation by NPR News and The Center for Public Integrity
Councilor Pressley will lead the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center's walk this Sunday
Councilor Pressley shared with us a piece of hate mail she received after revealing that she was raped as a college student at Boston University in the early 1990s