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USA Today: ‘I don’t know if I would feel comfortable.’ Students afraid to study abroad under Title IX proposal

February 7, 2019 | by

USA Today interviewed ERA Staff Attorney Maha Ibrahim for an article about the possible impact on U.S. study abroad programs if regulations to Title IX proposed by the Trump Administration take effect. Maha is quoted multiple times, including:

“The proposed regulations don’t just put a chilling effect on reporting from students after they have been harmed,” Ibrahim said. “They also put a chilling effect on students and their families feeling safe with a student traveling to other countries with their schools.” 

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Learn more about ERA’s Title IX advocacy, and lawsuit against the Trump Administration regarding changes to Title IX.


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