Boston University's independent student newspaper, the Daily Free Press, recently covered a new petition that advocates for a bill that would implement an anonymous sexual assault climate survey at all Massachusetts colleges and universities. In the article, BARCC's Advocacy and Affairs Manager Katia Santiago-Taylor expressed support for the survey.
Excerpt: "'Activists have done an amazing work to advocate for survivors and for important policy changes at their schools,' Santiago-Taylor said. 'I think now is the time for service providers, legislators and stakeholders to say … ‘These groups of students have been doing this work. Now we are going to give them quality work. We are going to provide them with the tools and provide them with guidance.’”
Read the full article, "Massachusetts students petition for anonymous sexual assault climate survey at their schools," online at the Daily Free Press.