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Outspoken, Ep. 36 – Slutwalk DC [video]

Stories of sexual assault raise awarness at rally on the Mall

Ebone Bell speaks to participants at the Slutwalk DC rally on Saturday, August 13, 2011.

The website for the march descibes the event as:

SlutWalk D.C. is a movement to increase dialogue and raise awareness about prevalent attitudes in our society that blame the victim or survivor in sexual assault cases. No one asks to be sexually assaulted.

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