Earlier Writing on Sexual Violence Prevention

Always the right time
© 2014 Michele Beaulieux Oil pastel on paper
Inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.
“The time is always right to do the right thing.”

Here are links to my previous writing and media mentions on sexual violence prevention.

This writing is not specifically about creating safer brave space or the My Choice Decision Navigator and Our Choices Solution Facilitator.

Michele Beaulieux’s Writing on Sexual Violence Prevention

 “Cosby And Lieb Can Be The Turning Point, Not The Exceptions,” Blog Post, Huffington Post, February 9, 2016

The Maroon needs to revise online comment policy,” Letter to the Editor, Chicago Maroon,   June 2, 2015

 “The cost of sexual assault,” (It’s in universities’ best interest, both morally and financially, to comply with Title IX.) Op-ed, Chicago Maroon, May 4, 2015 

Start by believing,” (One discredited rape story does not mean all survivors’ experiences are false.) Op-Ed, Chicago Maroon, April 14, 2015 

Never too late,” (Survivors have a choice, and recognizing that we do is, in itself, empowering and healing.) Op-Ed, Chicago Maroon, October 28, 2014

Safety in anonymity,” (Universities need to not only survey students but also release findings.) Chicago Maroon, Op-Ed, May 30th, 2014 

Michele Beaulieux Quoted in Media on Sexual Violence Prevention

Sarah Zimmerman, Jamie Ehrlich, and Emily Feigenbaum, “‘A Special Problem’: The University of Chicago’s Troubled History With Sexual Assault, Harassment, and Campus Safety. It’s time to turn the lens inward,” The Chicago Maroon Grey City, May 1, 2017

Jessica Valenti, “The entire rape reporting system is rigged to let predators go free,” The Guardian, November 11, 2015

Megan Lynch, “Will Victims Trust the System?” Campus Sexual Assault.KMOX radio, St Louis, MO, October 9, 2014

Megan Lynch, “Why Victims Stay Silent” Campus Sexual Assault. KMOX radio, St Louis, MO, October 7, 2014

Charlotte Albright, “Conference Takes Aim At Sexual Crimes On College CampusesVPR Vermont Public Radio, July 15, 2014

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