Annie Clark at the 2016 TX Conference for Women #JenasNotes

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Annie Clark at the 2016 TX Conference for Women #JenasNotes

Annie Clark at the 2016 TX Conference for Women

“At twentysomething we didn’t have any money. We could not afford a lawyer. But we found out that any civilian, anywhere, if they felt like their civil rights were violated, can file a federal complaint with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights. So we decided to do that.”

— Annie Clark, co-founder, End Rape on Campus and subject of the documentary The Hunting Ground

Annie Clark, co-founder of End Rape on Campus and subject of the film “The Hunting Ground,” addressed a crowd of 7,000+ attendees at the annual Texas Conference for Women in Austin on November 15, 2016.

Visit txconferenceforwomen.org for more information.

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