From: "Andrew Phelps" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [S-ACC] role of women's march
Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 9:38 AM
A friend who collaborates with the Work Group said that another frame to understand is that women now experience a situation where sexual assault may be talked about more. Indeed that conversation arises better today, as do concerns regarding oppression by the "mental illness" construct.
And we need to work beyond "change the tone" to actual institutional shift. There one finds the ongoing concern, and also lived experience of trauma.
On Sat, 1/20/18, I wrote:
I attended today the Women's March in San Jose. Many here must have had that experience, in different places of course (and some have the event the next day).
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