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Title IX news and analysis from The Nation
December 7, 2022
Change Can’t Wait: Students Protest Sexual Violence at American University
After an intruder sexually assaulted a dorm resident, students at American University walked out en masse to expose their school’s inaction.
November 18, 2022
How University Title IX Offices Fail Survivors
In 2014, an investigation by the Department of Education found that Princeton’s response to complaints of sexual violence violated Title IX. How much has changed since?
November 1, 2022
Can a District Attorney Dismantle Mass Incarceration and Fight for Gender Justice?
Civil rights lawyer and anti-carceral feminist Pamela Price might just win the Alameda County DA seat—but can she resolve its contradictions?
July 22, 2022
Aliyah Boston Makes ESPN Look Small
Aliyah Boston showed that she doesn’t need the ESPYs—but the ESPYs desperately need her.
June 17, 2022
50 Years of Title IX
Kim Turner of the Positive Coaching Alliance joins the
Edge of Sports
podcast to talk about the past and future of Title IX.
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November 30, 2021
Protests Against Sexual Violence Have Overtaken College Campuses
This fall, student movements have formed at schools across the country to remove Betsy DeVos’s Title IX amendment and end the continual abuse by fraternity members.
October 20, 2021
How to Survive Being a Student-Survivor
Important lessons on victims’ rights and the ways to maximize their luck with Title IX.
October 23, 2020
Betsy DeVos Attacks Trans Athletes Again
By using Title IX to threaten a school’s federal funding, DeVos and Trump are imposing their own definition of what constitutes a woman athlete.
May 13, 2019
Princeton Students Are Sitting In for Title IX Reform
In many ways, the sit-in serves as the culmination of student outcry over the university’s treatment of sexual-harassment and assault cases.
February 12, 2019
New Rules Would Discourage Colleges From Investigating Rape Accusations
The Department of Education says new regulations would reduce sexual-misconduct probes by 32 percent.