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Letter to President Jimmy Carter on Campus Sexual Assault

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Letter to President Jimmy Carter on Campus Sexual Assault

April 28, 2014

​This letter to the former president was written in response to a section in his recent book, A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power, which discusses the response of higher education leaders to the problem of sexual assault on campus. ​​​

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