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Mar 23, 2014     State's Case vs. Kerns May Mirror County's Approach | The Philadelphia Inquirer
Mar 08, 2014     ‘Don’t Kill Her!’ Children Who Witness Domestic Violence Carry Lifelong Scars | Washington Post
Feb 24, 2014     Penn Law Doctoral Candidate's Study Exposes Domestic Violence in Religious Communities | Penn Law
Jan 17, 2014     'She Might Have Had a Case If She Had Been Unconscious During the Rape' | Mother Jones
Dec 04, 2013     Plenary: Prosecuting Violence Against Women: A Comparison of the U.S., UK, Indian and South African Systems | Thomson Reuters Foundation
Nov 28, 2013     Blaming Victim, Poor Coordination Slow US Drive on Sexual Violence | Thomson Reuters Foundation
Nov 24, 2013     PA's Hate-Crime Law Still Leaves Many Groups Out | PublicSource
Nov 20, 2013     The Chad Hartman Show: Double Standard | CBS Minnesota
Sep 24, 2013     University of Missouri's Office of Student Conduct Handles Few Sex Offense Cases | Columbia Missourian
Sep 13, 2013     Cases Involving Deceased Rape Victims Proving Harder to Prosecute | The Plain Dealer
Sep 06, 2013     Montana Judge Behind Lenient Rape Sentence Sparks New Outrage | Christian Science Monitor
Aug 30, 2013     20/20: Accused Serial Rapist Casts His Net | ABC News
Aug 22, 2013     Dr. Phil on Twitter: "If a girl is drunk, is it OK to have sex with her?" | Slate
Jul 29, 2013     McQueary Still Has to Prove His Credibility, Analysts Say | USA Today
Jul 21, 2013     Human Trafficking Quietly Destroying Lives | Star News
Jul 21, 2013     Lack of Proof, Witnesses May Not Deter Trial | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Jun 25, 2013     Struck in the Name of God | HuffPost Live
Jun 22, 2013     Annals of Prevention - A Raised Hand: Can A New Approach Curb Domestic Homicide? | The New Yorker
Jun 22, 2013     Fighting Back: One Girl's Mission to End Cyber Bullying | Cosmopolitan
Jun 01, 2013     Vital Voices in Partnership with Nkumu Fed Fed set the maiden NorthWest Regional Task Force Against Traffiking in Persons | N'Kumu Fed Fed

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