“I write this article in honor of the survivors of gender-based violence filing the class-action lawsuit against the University of Michigan for allowing former U-M athletic doctor Robert E. Anderson’s decades of abuse to continue unabated, and for all other survivors of gender-based violence,” noted Graham. “This story belongs to them and to all of the survivors who go unheard and continue to be failed by oppressive systems, which perpetuate violence and inequity against marginalized groups on this campus, in this country and across the globe.”
Read Josephine Graham’s full op-ed piece on The Michigan Daily’s website.
Learn more about the student athlete sexual abuse class action against the University of Michigan / Dr. Robert Anderson.
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