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Colleges and universities across the United States are struggling with how they investigate and respond to reports of sexual assaults on their campuses. In a new documentary, filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering explore the stories of women – and men – who’ve reported assaults and investigate the impact of the institutional responses to those incidents. Kojo chats with Dick and Ziering, along with two women who became activists after their experiences at one of America’s oldest public universities.
- Kirby Dick Director, "The Hunting Ground"
- Amy Ziering Producer, "The Hunting Ground"
- Annie Clark Co-Founder, End Rape on Campus
- Andrea Pino Co-Founder, End Rape on Campus
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