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September 16, 2016 / Catharsis Productions in the News: Week of 9/16 – 9/23

September 23, 2016

For Most Americans, Television Shapes Our First Impressions Of Sexual Violence, Offering Both A Challenge And An Opportunity To Series Creators.

How TV Can Help Improve Our Understanding Of Sexual Violence TIME   |   September 23, 2016

Via @Time


Poster Posted In Schools In India Critiziced For Unfair Rules For Women.

Sri Lanka Bans Schools From Imposing Dress Codes On Parents  BBC   |   September 23, 2016

Via @BBCNewsAsia


Chastity Jones Had Her Job Offer Rescinded Because Of Her Hairstyle.

Court Rules Firing Someone With Dreadlocks Is Not Racial Discrimination  | September 21, 2106

Via @Mic


A Run-Down Of Women Who Have Fought Back Against Sexist and Racist Treatment At The Workplace.

9 Women Who Fought Back Against Workplace Sexual Discrimination Makers   |   September 21, 2016

Via @MAKERSwomen



U.N. Women Has Partnered With 10 Universities Across The World To Improve Gender Equality And To Reduce Sexual Violence Across College Campuses.

U.N. Women, Global Universities Take Aim At Campus Sexual Assault Newsweek   |   September 20, 2016

By @lvzwestcott Via @Newsweek


Netflix Documentary Tells The Stories Of Two Girls Who Were Raped In The Same Year.

Audrie & Daisy review: Netflix documentary exposes epidemic of sexual assault culture among teenagers  The Independent   |   September 20,2016

By @RachaelRevesz Via @Independent


#ItsOnUs – Sheknows Media, A Women-Focused Digital Media Company,Released A Powerful Video

Video Calls Out The Excruciating Comments Sexual Violence Survivors Hear Mic   |   September 20, 2016

By @amyharvard_ Via @Mic

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