Mercury News: Stanford: Sexual misconduct revelation exposes storied professor’s secret
Mercury News covered Stanford University’s role in suspending and then celebrating well-awarded professor and accused sexual assaulter, the late Jay Fliegelman.
While the country seems to be more inclined these days to believe women who step forward, “we are not seeing that kind of a parallel with student victims,” said Maha Ibrahim, a staff attorney with Equal Rights Advocates, a San Francisco-based non-profit.
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