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In the Public Interest: Sexual Assault

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Originally aired November 17, 2015

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    In the Public Interest: Sexual Assault

IPIHosts Jacquelyn Carter and DaLyah Jones tackle the tough subject of sexual assault this week. Hear them discuss the true definition of sexual assault and some shocking statistics for college students.

Laura Aebi covers resources offered for students at Texas State University. She spoke with Men Against Violence president, Sean Quinones on how the university caters to Title XI requirements.

Marques Mingo follows by discussing why it is important to talk about sexual assault. He talks about how the education of sexual assault is one of the most important aspects when handling victims.

DaLyah Jones finishes with a topic that is rarely discussed; how men view sexual assault. You will hear different perceptions on how men view consent and reporting sexual assault.

Be sure to like us on Facebook at In the Public Interest Page and Follow your host on twitter at @JacquelynC_KTSW and @DaLyahJ_KTSW.

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