Sexual Assault

The State of Things
11:30 am
Mon December 29, 2014

'The State Of Things' Producer Picks: A 2014 Look Back With Anita Rao

Former The State of Things Producer Meghan Modafferi and producer Anita Rao try out sitting on the other side of the glass in "host attire" on Meghan's last day.
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As 2014 comes to a close, The State of Things producer Anita Rao takes a look back at some of her favorite segments from the show this year. 

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The State of Things
12:09 pm
Fri October 10, 2014

In Their Shoes—Exploring Domestic Violence Through Theater

Seema Kukreja as Udip, Robin Carmon Marshall as Anaba and Alexus Wilcox as Corrine in the play "From the Boot of Timberland."
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A new family-run black theater company in the Triangle is presenting two companion one-act plays that encourage men and women to come together to address violence against women. 

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The State of Things
12:10 pm
Tue September 30, 2014

Examining Sexual Assault On Campus: Policy, Prevention & Culture

A flag for each of the potential 3000 women that will be assaulted on a campus the size of University of Oregon, based on national averages.
Credit Image of A flag for each of the potential 3000 women that will be assaulted on a campus the size of University of Oregon, based on national averages

  

One in five women and one in 16 men is sexually assaulted on campus according to the National Institute of Justice

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The State of Things
12:37 pm
Mon July 14, 2014

Meet Monika Johnson-Hostler

Monika Johnston-Hostler
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Host Frank Stasio talks with Monika Johnston-Hostler, Executive Director of the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Wake County School Board Member. 

The State of Things
12:35 pm
Wed March 12, 2014

Sexual Assault Case Of Army General Sinclair Halted

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The sexual assault case against Army General Jeffrey A. Sinclair halted this week when a judge’s review of emails revealed “unlawful command influence” in the rejection of a plea deal in January. The latest development provides an opportunity for Sinclair’s defense team to renegotiate a plea bargain with a new group of military officials. 

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Education
5:00 am
Mon March 10, 2014

New RTI Center Studies Gender And Imbalances Of Power Globally

RTI International has created a Global Gender Center to connect exports working to help women and lessen the impact of power-imbalances around the world.
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RTI International has recently created a Global Gender Center to study and find solutions for imbalances of power against women around the world.

Wendee Wechsberg directs the new organization and is doing field work in South Africa. She said many universities have researchers who study individual communities but the Global Gender Center will work to connect those experts. Priority issues include HIV, domestic violence and economic development.

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The State of Things
12:27 pm
Wed March 5, 2014

Addressing Sexual Assault In The U.S. Military

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Army General Jeffrey A. Sinclair's sexual assault trial began yesterday. General Sinclair is one of the highest ranking military officers to be tried by jury. The case comes just as legislation to address sexual assault in the military goes before the Senate for a vote.

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The State of Things
11:41 am
Wed February 19, 2014

"Celebration" Is A Dark Comedy About A Family Secret

Celebration is about a dark family secret.
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When a dark secret is revealed at father's 60th birthday party, the whole family has something to say about it.

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The State of Things
11:02 am
Tue October 15, 2013

UNC Chancellor Carol Folt Takes The Helm

Carol Folt is the first female Chancellor of UNC Chapel Hill.
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On Saturday UNC Chapel Hill inducted its first female chancellor, Carol Folt.

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The State of Things
11:58 am
Thu September 19, 2013

Sex Trafficking In North Carolina

This segment of The State of Things discusses issues that may be disturbing to some of our younger or more sensitive listeners.  

North Carolina ranks as one of the top 10 states for human commerce in the sex industry. Beginning October 1st, those convicted of trafficking in North Carolina will face harsher punishments under two new laws. 

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