One of the first women to make waves in bringing awareness to workplace sexual misconduct was Anita Hill.

We Should Be Heard: Anita Hill’s Impact on Politics

Content warning: Sexual assault One of the first women to make waves in bringing awareness to workplace sexual misconduct was Anita Hill. As we enter Sexual Assault Awareness month, it’s time to reflect upon the role women have played in crafting the justices of the nation’s highest court.

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How YOU can make a difference by taking action on your campus

How YOU can make a difference by taking action on your campus

We often hear about changes happening at the national, state, and local levels, but what about on your school campus? Regardless of whether you’re in high school or college, there’s always a need for public service and leadership. There’s no need to wait until graduation to be an elected leader making change. Sometimes, the best person to help solve the problem is you! 

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Tani Ikeda is an IGNITE Leader on Fire

Content warning: Sexual assault Tani Ikeda is a filmmaker and activist who launched Survivor Love Letter in 2012 on the anniversary of her rape. In honor of her work supporting survivors, IGNITE has selected Tani as a Leader on Fire for Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2021. 

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The co-founders of SafeBAE are Leaders on Fire

The co-founders of SafeBAE are Leaders on Fire

Content warning: Sexual assault IGNITE has selected the co-founders of SafeBAE as Leaders on Fire for Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2021: Daisy Coleman, Charlie Coleman, Ella Fairon, Jada Smith and Shael Norris.

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