“The system failed her.” 

The story of Lyndsi Lambert is one that is all too familiar to advocates. A survivor presents to a hospital for a sexual assault forensic exam. After one of the most terrifying, disempowering and violating experiences one can endure, she continues to feel vulnerable and exposed while doctors and nurses collect evidence. As she attempts… Read More

How can we compete? The competitive sports industry vs. the violence prevention movement

Recently, highly publicized media stories have shed light on violence perpetrated by star athletes such as Floyd Mayweather, Ray Rice and Darren Sharper, and the institutions that continue to compromise their achievements and on-field tenacity for the ongoing threat they pose to their families and our communities. These institutions, such as the NFL and WBA,… Read More