A survivor’s take on justice after sexual violence
Clip: 11/30/2018 | 3m 40s
As a college athlete, Laura Dunn was sexually assaulted by two male teammates. Her subsequent experience with campus, criminal and civil authorities failing to take action motivated her to become a lawyer and found SurvJustice, a nonprofit organization that helps victims of sexual violence seek justice. She offers her brief but spectacular take on turning trauma into action.
Aired: 11/30/18Video has closed captioning.
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