***Trigger Warning*** By Kayla Nicole Kimball Yesterday, I spent a total of six hours in the car so I that I could go to the House Education Committee meeting for two hours and […]
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge inserts her office and the offices of six other states into the lawsuit between a sexual assault survivor and the University of Arkansas. Rutledge’s office submitted an amicus curaie brief to the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals in support of the University’s claim of sovereign immunity in a suit against […]
The University of Arkansas is attempting to get out of a lawsuit by claiming it is immune from being sued. Read the article here.
A win for survivors and for the Plaintiff on Nov. 22nd as a federal judge denies the University of Arkansas’ motion to dismiss a lawsuit. The suit was filed by a former Arkansas student who alleges the university acted with “deliberate indifference” when it received her report that she was raped by a fellow student. […]
New students at the University of Arkansas now must taken an online course about sexual assault. This is a step in the right direction for the University.
Another excellent piece by Jaime Adame at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. “This year, a UA student said she waited more than 100 days for a hearing after reporting in late April that she had been raped by another student who, the woman said, was out of the country after the spring semester. ‘It was really difficult […]
We at Stop Arkansas Rape (StopARrape) stand in solidarity with this brave sexual assault survivor who not only confronted the person who assaulted her, but is now confronting her university. Please continue to support these brave survivors across the nation in addition to those locally. It takes a lot of bravery to report an assault. […]