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On my daily walk to school, I get harassed. It’s part of my routine: get off the bus, get catcalled, go to school, repeat. I was told to ignore it, avoid eye contact, and move away.
“I, along with millions of other women, have been a victim of unwanted sexual advances from a guy who didn’t think he was doing anything wrong.”
Almost every day, on my way to school, I get harassed on the street. It’s like part of my routine: get off the bus, grab a chai, get catcalled, repeat.
But what is due process, and how does it work into campus sexual assault investigations for school-aged children?