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    • Arielle Hudak

      Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Pass it along! This is what kills me about our rape culture. For those of is that Speak up and do something and the system tells us they can't do anything and still have to undergo all the violating tests. These numbers need to be HIGHER. More raspiest need to see punishment for what they did! We need justice!

    • Johnson John

      "Modern world needs philanthropists working for #genderequality & #vaw too" - @indiandrifter10 #feminism #genderequity #violenceagainstwomen

    • Women's Coalition of St. Croix

      Between 300,000 to 1.3 million American women are raped every year. At least 54% of these rapes are not reported and 97% of rapists are never incarcerated. Source:RAINN #SexualAssault

    • Bethel

      April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. See more here: Not a perfect graphic; it's been shown that most rapes are committed by people who commit multiple rapes. So no, it's not as simple as 97 will walk free... but 97 rapes will not lead to the rapist in prison. Sobering.

    • Jemima Puddleduck

      Out of every 100 rapes: 46 get reported to police, 12 lead to an arrest, 9 get prosecuted, 5 lead to a felony conviction, 3 rapists will spend even a single day in prison. The other 97 will walk free. Courtesy of RAINN.

    • Danielle Yearack

      It took me 6 months of intensive therapy to finally go to the police about being the victim of rape and sodomy. He walks free. I've received threats from speaking out. Knowing he's walking free, a criminal, who should be in prison for assaulting me and likely other women is the real crime. One day my justice will be served. One day.

    • Aimee Olson

      ...97 will walk FREE... Join us in the fight for justice and end sexual violence!

    • Sessha Kaelar-Straw

      Out of every 100 rapes 97 walk free. This needs to CHANGE! :( So unacceptable.

    • Layla DeLoach

      The NFL has a domestic violence problem. But America's is worse. - The Week

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