The Boston Globe covered the recent launch of our joint campaign with the MBTA, the T Police, and the Boston Center for Independent Living.
Excerpt: "The MBTA has launched a new anti-sexual harassment campaign to encourage victims and bystanders to report incidents. . . . The campaign was created by MASS Collaboration, a partnership between the MBTA, the MBTA Transit Police, the Boston Center for Independent Living, and the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center. . . . 'The campaign is explicitly inclusive of people with disabilities, both as people who may experience sexual harassment and as people who can intervene to prevent sexual violence,' [BARCC Director of Organizational Learning and Development] Yen-Ewert said. 'National and state studies show that people with disabilities experience sexual violence at two times the rate compared to people without disabilities.'"
Read the full article on the Boston Globe's website.