As Newsweek first reported, in late November, months after two Steubenville High School football stars were convicted of rape, a grand jury indicted four school officials for failing to report another rape, allegedly of a 14-year-old girl. Here’s what you need to know about the case.
Steubenville’s assistant football coach and the district superintendent are among those charged.
“No one deserves to be victimized.” A short but strong rally for Daisy Coleman, the teenager who says she was driven from her Missouri town after being assaulted.
Williams apologized in a blog post Wednesday morning after comments from her Rolling Stone profile prompted an outcry.
A Canadian teenager hung herself after photos of her rape were spread by classmates on Facebook and Twitter, now the internet is demanding justice.
Students at Torrington High School in Connecticut have been protesting the arrest of two high school football players after they were charged with sexually assaulting two 13-year-olds.
Well over 1 million views at this point. The recent social media attacks on the Steubenville Rape victim prompted a University of Oregon student to make a PSA with the simple message, “Real men, treat women with respect.” At 26 seconds long, this video is short and to the point. BRAVO, Samantha Stendal.
When two Ohio high school football players were found guilty of rape, many decided to say that it wasn’t really their fault…
A flurry of online backlash erupted this weekend over how CNN covered the Steubenville rape trial.
The hacker group Anonymous has turned a local rape controversy into something much larger after leaking the personal records of 50,000 Ohio residents. The group is demanding justice for what they’re calling a conspiracy to cover up one teenage girl’s possible sexual assault.
After learning about an alleged gang rape in Steubenville, Ohio from Anonymous hackers, Barr has been single-minded in trying to bring attention to the case.