Author/Organization: The Cut Podcast
In this week’s episode, co-host B.A. Parker reflects on the unique experience of attending an HBCU and discusses sexual assault and violence within those insular, familial communities. She talks to journalist Clarissa Brooks, who wrote a piece for the Cut about Phylicia Rashad’s tweet regarding Bill Cosby, about the difficulties Black women face when reporting sexual assault and harassment, particularly against Black men. Parker also speaks with Anita Hill about her new book, Believing, what it has been like to become a symbol of a cause, and what advice she’d give to young people.
Resource Type: Article
Topics: BIPOC, HBCU, LGBTQIA+, activism, advocacy, bystander, community educators, consent, gender equity, intimate partner violence, sexual harassment, sexual-violence, survivor-support, title IX
Date Resource Added: May 17, 2022