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Selected Opinion-Editorials

Violence against Women is Key to Understanding a Wider Array of Problems. The Colorado Sun

Feeling Disconnected from Oneself and Others after Trauma. Psychology Today Blog

3 Ways to Take Action to End Sexual Assault. Psychology Today Blog

Opinion: When allegations of sexual assault and harassment emerge, institutions need to take action. The Colorado Sun with Dr. Kathy Becker-Blease

Opinion: Inaction on unemployment benefits is very bad news for women facing abuse. The Colorado Sun with Dr. Joanne Belknap

The Links between Mass Shooters and Domestic Violence. The Crime Report with Dr. Joan Cook

Opinion: Long after the coronavirus, domestic violence victims will need help with Naomi Wright

Opinion: The invisible victims of traumatic brain injury. Scientific American Blog with Dr. Kim Gorgens

Guest commentary: What the #MeToo epidemic means for #CouldBeMeToo. Denver Post

Selected Media Interviews

‘You Know Me’ — Beer Project Raises Voices, Stories of Those Lost to Domestic Violence. Good Beer Hunting

Every 90 Seconds: Our Common Cause Ending Violence against Women. Studio Tulsa, Public Radio Tulsa

Violence against Women Affects Everyone. DU Newsroom

From Pandemic to Endemic: Relationship Violence Due to COVID. DU Newsroom

DU Psychology Professor Anne DePrince on Sexual Assault in the Workplace. KOA News Radio.

Denverite Investigates Sexual Assault Allegations In Denver’s Street Art Scene. Colorado Public Radio.

Sexual assault allegations, violence, bullying: Women say Denver’s street art scene and its leaders have failed them. Denverite.

31 Million New Cases of Domestic Violence Expected Globally if Coronavirus Lockdowns Last Six Months: Report. Newsweek.

Some cities see jumps in domestic violence during the pandemic. CNN.

Debunking Every Rape Myth Raised In Harvey Weinstein’s Trial. Elle.

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