After-the-Uniform Advocacy: Opening Doors to Combat Sexual Violence in the Military

After-the-Uniform Advocacy: Opening Doors to Combat Sexual Violence in the Military

Soon after the 2012 release of “The Invisible War,” a documentary about sexual assault and rape in the U.S.

When Our Military Was Outed, the Truth Was Out

When Our Military Was Outed, the Truth Was Out

The blowback from the public's outrage about the unchecked pervasiveness of sexual assault and rape in our military continues with rigorous, impassioned Senate discussions this week focused on historical military justice and command reform.  Unprecedented changes are expected to make it into the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act.

U.S. Military in Korea: Prostitution and Human Trafficking Reemerge in the Media

U.S. Military in Korea: Prostitution and Human Trafficking Reemerge in the Media

It seems like we have to say out loud that condoning prostitution and human trafficking does universally impact individuals' attitudes about fellow human beings, particularly women and children, who are the most vulnerable targets of these criminal activities.

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