Protesters at ASU demand more resources for sexual assault survivors


Corrections and Clarifications: A preceding model of this short article manufactured an incorrect assertion about why 54,000 endorsements ended up gathered the endorsements had been collected in support of a woman who suggests she was raped on the ASU campus. 

About 50 people gathered Thursday at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus to need that the college provide more professional staff and resources for victims of sexual abuse.

The protest was aspect of a two-day national college or university walkout structured by Explain the Asterisk, an corporation dedicated to eradicating campus sexual violence by survivor-led plan reforms. 

According to an Instagram submit shared by the corporation, the movement has been joined by 15 universities, including ASU and the College of Vermont, in which the business is primarily based.

Sexual assault survivors and university student allies spoke at the ASU rally declaring the means the university now offers to protect against sexual abuse on campus and support victims are not enough.





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