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Fighting Campus Rape / Amherst, Massachusetts #385265

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 23, 1999
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Amherst, Massachusetts: Cynthia Bowers) University of Massachusetts students' fighting back after several campus rapes reported; details given of the rise in rapes on college campuses in spite of decreasing rape rates nationwide; scenes shown from the Amherst, Massachusetts, campus. [Student Dawn SAWYER - says she feels tense.] [University of Massachusetts at Amherst student Liz SPEAKMAN - says she hates being afraid and needing an escort to a class.] [Student Erin HICKEY - says the attacks are not acquaintance rape.] [Security on Campus, Incorporated Howard CLERY - says campuses try to improve their security.]

Reporter(s):
Bowers, Cynthia;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:00

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