Rape Victims Are Illegally Questioned About Their Sexual Past in UK Courts
Alarming new research finds that legislation protecting rape survivors from having their sexual history dragged through the courts is routinely ignored.
After Abuse and Prison, a Woman Faces Deportation to a Country She's Never Been To
Ny Nourn has spent the last 16 years incarcerated for her role in a murder perpetrated by her ex, a man twice her age who she says violently abused her. She was paroled earlier this year—but now she faces being deported to Cambodia.
Jail Where Sandra Bland Died Now Authorized to Detain Undocumented Immigrants
Despite the jail failing two recent state inspections, the federal government will allow Waller County deputies to act to a certain degree as immigration officials.
Watch Live: How Can We Tackle the Challenges Women Face in US Prisons?
Broadly is live at the Women Unshackled conference in DC to discuss the unique challenges faced by women every day in the US justice system.
Why We Need to Focus on How Black Women Are Harmed by Police Violence
Two years after Sandra Bland's death, the specific impacts of police brutality on women of color remain understudied and underreported. With her forthcoming book, "Invisible No More," Andrea J. Ritchie is working to change that.
Teen Rape Victim Sentenced to 30 Years for Stillbirth in El Salvador
After being raped by a gang member, Evelyn Beatriz Hernandez Cruz experienced a stillbirth. This week, she was convicted of homicide on the grounds that she had failed to get proper antenatal care.
What It Felt Like to Attend the Cosby Trial With Six of His Accusers
I spent 13 days at the Cosby trial with a group of women who say he drugged and sexually assaulted them—which made the eventual mistrial all the more painful.
Survivors See Cosby Mistrial as Evidence for Why Women Don't Report Assault
After Bill Cosby's trial ended in a mistrial on Saturday, survivors and advocates point to fundamental issues in the judicial system that prevent sexual assault victims from seeing justice.
What I Learned After My Study on Men Secretly Removing Condoms Went Viral
When a law review article I wrote about nonconsensual condom removal—or "stealthing"—went viral, I knew I'd struck a chord with countless victims throughout the world. But I worry about how politicians are responding to this new class of crime.
Rikers Corrections Officer Accused of Raping Inmates for Years to Stand Trial
Two women who say they were repeatedly raped by officer Benny Santiago have reached a settlement with the city of New York—but they have not dropped their allegations against the man they say sexually abused them.
The Ongoing Trauma of the Muslim Students an Undercover Cop Spied on For 4 Years
A new documentary, "Watched," examines the story of an undercover NYPD officer who spent four years infiltrating a group of Muslim college students—and the harrowing psychological effects on two young Muslim women who had to live under such invasive...
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After Years of Sexual Assault by Parole Officer, Woman Fights for Right to Sue
A California mother of three endured years of sexual violence at her parole officer's hands—but a provision in state law is keeping her from suing her attacker and the probation office that allegedly looked the other way.
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