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Submit a Comment: Stand with Student Survivors!

December 6, 2018 | by

 

Note: As of Jan. 30, the Notice and Comment period is over.

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Comment on Title IX Regulations Proposed by the Trump Administration

Thank you for standing up for student survivors of sexual violence by submitting an official comment on the Trump Administration’s proposed new regulations to Title IX. 

Click here to learn more about the proposed regulations.

Learn about writing a Comment

We highly recommend you use our Comment Guide to draft your Comment. Writing a comment that will be accepted and addressed by the Department of Education is a bit of an art, so our Comment Guide breaks it down. Click here.

The Guide has Instructions, tips, citations, and other helpful resources. Use the tips so that your comment gets taken into account.

Ready to comment?

Use the form below by personalizing the text with what matters to you, or go directly to the Federal Register’s website. See the Instructions section of our Guide for more information on how to submit a comment manually if you don’t want to use the form below. 

And again, we seriously recommend checking out our Comment Guide. Betsy DeVos is looking for reasons to disregard your comment. The Guide’s tips tell you how to avoid her trickery.

Many thanks to End Rape on Campus and Know Your IX for sharing this commenting tool with us.

When you’re done commenting, please join our Action Team to stay up to date on this issue, and take action on other threats to survivors, women, and girls.

Students and survivors need more support! Share this link and encourage you friends and family to submit comments of their own.

Ready to take more action? 

Join our Action Team to stay up to date on this issue, and take action on other threats facing survivors, women, and girls.

 

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