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Rae Marie Crawford

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The Silences Women Keep

Sometimes the most important stories to know are the hardest ones to tell. These stories linger in the corners where the light and the darkness meet – always present in a room, but nearly hidden from view. They can break a heart with their raw and painful truths.

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A Post-Ghomeshi Reading List

It’s been a difficult week. Not the kind when I’ve had a bad night’s sleep, or have a lot of work to get done. Rather, it’s the kind of week where I feel as if someone has kicked the air out of my lungs and I can’t seem to catch my breath. Continue reading “A Post-Ghomeshi Reading List”

We Do What We Need To Do: Why We Need To Undo Our Problematic Assumptions About Who Can Be A “Victim”

If there’s one thing I learned from following the first two prominent court cases of 2016, it’s that people carry problematic assumptions about who can be a “victim.”

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