survivors

Catholic Church

More Than 300 Catholic Clergy in New Jersey Have Been Accused of Sex Abuse, Report Says

The report names priests, deacons, nuns, and other religious figures associated with the five Roman Catholic dioceses in New Jersey — including members of religious orders.
Carter Sherman
5.8.19
Vice Guide to Right Now

This Newspaper Ran a Wildly Offensive Cartoon of Kavanaugh's Accuser

Readers were outraged by the 'Indy Star' image, which depicted Christine Blasey Ford making a series of ridiculous demands like "roses" and "green M&Ms."
Nicole Clark
9.25.18
crime

When Recalling the Trauma of Sexual Violence Is Your Best Shot at a Visa

America's U Visa offers hope to survivors of awful crimes, even under Donald Trump. But applying can be its own kind of nightmare.
Opheli Garcia Lawler
5.9.18
sexual assault

The Trouble With Saying 'Me Too'

Survivors are coming together yet again to shed light on high rates of sexual assault. They shouldn’t have to.
Sarah Ratchford
10.16.17
Indigenous Affairs

Government announces $750m in compensation for ‘60s scoop’ of Indigenous kids

An estimated 20,000 children taken from their parents are eligible to receive up to $50,000 for loss of language, culture and family ties.
Chris Arsenault
10.6.17
sex assault

Some Survivors Unhappy with TTC’s Graphic Sexual Violence Campaign

‘It's not a delicate [or] gentle subject,’ a Toronto Transit Commission spokesperson said.
Sarah Krichel
10.4.17
Essays

"Bastards" Is The Defiant Comeback We Wanted From Kesha

The 'Rainbow’s' opener is its most powerful and effective song.
Sarah MacDonald
8.14.17
Premiere

KINLEY Reclaims Her Story After A Sexual Assault in "Microphone" Video

The Hey Rosetta! alum's song is powerful and places responsibility in the hands of her abuser.
Sarah MacDonald
6.7.17
courts

Sexual assault survivors send $7 million invoice to Justin Trudeau and Kathleen Wynne

Sexual assault survivors shoulder the cost of legal fees, therapy, medication and lost tuition
Hilary Beaumont
3.14.17
News

Judge Rules Residential School Survivor Shouldn’t Have Had to Prove Abuser’s ‘Sexual Intent'

Dozens of other claims were rejected on the same basis.
Tamara Khandaker
8.22.16
Music

Meeting the Fans Who Saw Eagles of Death Metal Return to Paris and Finish Their Show

The crowd who saw Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme play in Paris last night describe an emotional night of music, defiance, and love.
Romain Gonzalez
2.17.16
Culture

‘Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten’ Documents the Cambodian Rock Scene, Pre-Khmer Rouge

We met the film's director and two key players from the vibrant rock scene that flourished in Cambodia before the Khmer Rouge took power.
Lauren Oyler
6.2.15
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