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Changing the Law Is Only the Beginning: A Lesson from Brazil

By Chayenne Polimédio

April 27, 2017

As the story of Maria da Penha shows us, we need to radically expand how we think about sexual violence.

Changing the Law Is Only the Beginning: A Lesson from Brazil

As the story of Maria da Penha shows us, we need to radically expand how we think about sexual violence.


Who Run the Network? Men.

What does it all too often mean that networks such as Fox News are run almost exclusively by men?


How Erdogan Is Cleaving Turkey in Two

Erdogan has finally achieved his goal to rewrite the constitution—a move that's dividing Turkey in two.


What Does Research Tell Us About Turning Awareness into Action?

As Sexual Assault Awareness Month comes to a close, we need to look at how to move from talk to prevention—and action.


Redrawing the Battle Lines in the ISP Privacy Debate

We can't give up just because Congress voted to overturn rules to protect consumers' data


After Emotional Debate, Texas House Tentatively Passes 'Sanctuary' Legislation

The vote came after one of the slowest-moving but most emotional legislative days at the state Capitol.