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This book does not dig into your past. Instead it presents practical answers to the problems and struggles that survivors of abuse and rape are facing in the present. It does this by taking you to the Bible-to specific references that deal with your personal struggles. You will learn what God's Word says about you, suffering, this world, and how to live a fulfilled life.
 
I'm Julie Belew (aka Julie Barry from my radio days) and I am producing a podcast about how my community of Springfield, Missouri responds and supports (or doesn't support) victims of sexual assault. An article from CNN exposed some pretty awful practices by the Springfield Police Department but because of the article, a sexual assault task force was formed. I'm hoping to keep our town accountable so that survivors will have better experiences than they had before. www.rapethepodcast.com
 
Why report rape through a criminal procedure when there's a 95% chance that the rapist will never even be arrested, and less than a 1% chance than the rapist will be convicted? Why report rape when your rapist will hire a P.I. to intimidate and harass you through the process? Why report rape when your detective will refer to a strangulation mark on your neck as a hickey? Why report rape when you'll be met with a culture of hostility and disbelief, and be blamed at every turn for what someone ...
 
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Lauren of MeTooManyVoices and I discuss all kinds of things re: healing. Join us for a chat about our thoughts on forgiveness, righteous anger, and a phrase that personally makes me want to vomit: 'Hurt people hurt people'. Like, unless you're a literal 5 year old, just stop. Thanks to one amazing supporter for this topic idea, and to Lauren for sh…
 
Zahada and Krithi joined me to discuss their powerful perspectives on sexual assault in the Peace Corps, experiences of BIPOC with Peace Corps and generally in society, and more. Follow them on social media: Zahada is on Instagram at Onediasporacoalition and Krithi at decolonizingpc and kritterstagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/surv…
 
Imagine being raped, the rapist agreeing to a plea deal and getting convicted, and then a judge "misfiling" some paperwork so that all that trauma only led to a rapist going free without a trace. Taelor tells the story of how this exact scenario happened to her, and also talks about her journey to healing and the work she does now to help others pr…
 
Abigail from NC shares her activism as a secondary survivor and gives us all hope for the future. Learn about BLOOM365 and other amazing local and national organizations from a youth leader! Celebrate Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month with a message of hope and signs of Gen Z picking up the baton with a focus on prevention. Follow Abigail…
 
Let's do a rape trial without using or defining the word "rape"! Sounds fair, right? Aarefah and her sister, Sayedah, are back for episode 2 of Aarefah's reporting and legal system experience. Clearly, it was amazing! Nothing sets up a fair and unbiased trial like a "neutral" detective testifying against you, no use of the word "rape" even though t…
 
Part 1 of 2: Aarefah and her sister Sayedah share their experiences with sexual harassment, discrimination based on race and religion, and Aarefah's sexual assault. Their stories exemplify how survivors are failed every step of the way while reporting to Title IX, police, and civil courts. While this all-too-familiar story is maddening and infuriat…
 
Kyle Richard stopped a sexual assault in progress and got shot two times for confronting the perpetrator. Now the former SUNY Cortland football player is dedicating his life to ending sexual violence and speaking out about gun violence. He has many important messages to share about being an active bystander, embracing the wave of emotions that come…
 
Vasha joins me today to talk about 'I May Destroy You', the series that wins all of the Golden Globes in our hearts. Michaela Coel's incredible series depicting the aftermath of surviving a drug-facilitated sexual assault in groundbreaking and has so much content to inspire conversations around sexual violence, so we thought we'd share our thoughts…
 
Welcome to Season 3: Follow Up! This first episode gives a basic overview of what restorative justice is within the context of sexual violence. I'll go over the basics, some common misconceptions, and some questions asked by listeners about who is eligible and how the process works. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/survivingjusticepodcast)…
 
M. Colleen McDaniel discusses her research on perpetrators of sexual violence, because you can't really stop rape without addressing the root cause: rapists. Learn about the Social Norms Approach, causal factors to perpetration, and a ton of interesting facts from McDaniel's field and research on sexual aggression. Support the show (https://www.pat…
 
Mike Domitrz discusses his sexual violence prevention work that details consent, respect, awareness and education. We talk about being a secondary survivor and the impact that sexual violence has on families and communities of survivors. He also talks about his various work from the Can I Kiss You? campaign all the way through his current work toda…
 
In this final episode of Rape, the Podcast, I found the perfect way to end this series with a talk with Jamie Willis of the Greene County Family Justice Center. It's not as institutional as it sounds. They offer everything a victim needs under one roof. Here we are at the end of this limited series. I've been surprised by the audacity of many of my…
 
Basketball coach Kip Ioane of Willamette University joins this week to talk about Teams of Men, his business with curriculum for athletes. Teams of Men is a curriculum made for male athletes to challenge long-held stereotypes and beliefs that ultimately lead to healthier expressions of masculinity. One facet of this program is preventing sexual vio…
 
Brenda Tracy, RN, activist, speaker, and survivor joins for a talk about a lot of things! Hear her story, hear about her national Set The Expectation Campaign, why the Tracy Rule should be implemented everywhere, thoughts of restorative justice-type programs, and of course, her thoughts and vision towards preventing sexual violence. Go to settheexp…
 
Stay-at-home orders, intended to protect the public and prevent widespread infection, left many victims trapped with their abusers. In this episode, I talk to Janice Thompson again about why this is happening and what we can even do about it. Then I finally talk to Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams about his role in Springfield, Missouri’s Sex…
 
Welcome to Season 2! This season is different in tone and topic, focusing on sexual violence prevention, education, and awareness. The introductory episode will talk about future guests and will give an overview of what the current research is on prevention in the U.S. We'll cover funding from the Violence Against Women Act, how that funds the CDC …
 
I have a candid conversation with Springfield City Counsel Member, Phyllis Ferguson. She, along with only a few other city leaders get to turn the Sexual Assault Task Force's recommendations and turn them into reality. If you've ever wondered what the City Council does, this will give you an idea. How do we get every facet of our community to sign …
 
In this episode, I need to alert you to triggers as we talk with more victims about their experiences surviving sexual trauma. First, I talk with a teen who has just begun to process what happened to her when a friend violated her. Inspired by my podcast interviewees, I'm going to tell you what happened to me and since I never dealt with it, how th…
 
Listen to the story of Millie Sawyer, a strong woman of color who won her freedom in Greene County before the Dred Scott case. And before you listen to this episode, check out the link below to hear my friend, Frances Cadora's podcast, Look at Me Now, Episode 9 where she talks to a life coach specializing in families that have gender issues. Fran a…
 
Springfield Police and The SAFE Kit Initiative from the Missouri Attorney General’s Office are dusting old rape kits off and crafting a victim-friendly plan to get every single one of them tested. The results of the addition of successful DNA results to CODIS is going to be a challenge for authorities and advocates. We’ll need to be sure we are wor…
 
An especially important recommendation from Springfield's Sexual Assault Task Force was to educate the community about victim rights. In the next episode, we will learn about these rights. Plus, a local survivor talks about how the community of Springfield has held her up as she goes through the arduous process of seeking justice while trying get o…
 
In this episode, we talk more about what Springfield, Missouri is doing to improve response to sexual assault. We hear more from Lisa Farmer from the Harmony House about how that organization works to help various segments of the Springfield community. Then we look at what other cities are doing and speak with Janine D’Anniballe, Ph.D., a licensed …
 
Springfield's Sexual Assault Task Force released their report on November 12, 2019. I'll tell you what was in the report and talk with task force member, Lisa Farmer from the Harmony House about the way they went about processing the tasks that the task force laid out. I also speak again with Janice Thompson about ways that everyone can help victim…
 
In this episode, I'll tell you more about the Springfield Police Chief's response to the CNN article and what efforts he says his department has made that were not included in CNN's reporting. Plus, our local chapter of #Metoo meets with the Chief to get questions answered. And a member or the Sexual Assault Task Force talks about how her violent e…
 
In the 2nd episode of Rape, the Podcast, I talk with a victim of rape who went through the reporting system one time and was spit out dirty. When she was raped again, she refused to press charges. Also in this episode, Springfield Police Chief Paul Wiliams apologizes to victims whose rape kits were destroyed; and I talk with a friend I went to high…
 
I kick off the first episode with the CNN story that got me thinking about how our community of Springfield, Missouri responds to rape. Hundreds of rape kits, trashed by the Springfield Police Department years ago exposed at https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2018/11/investigates/police-destroyed-rapekits/. I want to help desensitize this topic so tha…
 
I'm Julie Belew (aka Julie Barry from my radio days) and I am producing a podcast about how my community of Springfield, Missouri responds and supports (or doesn't support) victims of sexual assault. An article from CNN exposed some pretty awful practices by the Springfield Police Department but because of the article, a sexual assault task force w…
 
Hear from multiple experts on how willful negligence from police to prosecutors and beyond has allowed sexual violence to persist. This is an issue of complete systemic failure. This episode is a recap on systemic failures and the people who fuel them that are responsible for allowing rapists to go free and rape to basically remain legal. Support t…
 
*Not a normal episode.* This is an uncertain time for everyone, but for survivors of sexual violence in the middle of their cases or in the middle of their healing, the world coming to a halt and being self-isolated can bring up all kinds of feelings. It can exacerbate depression, anxiety, etc, it may bring on unexpected feelings, the pause may bri…
 
Amy Morgan, MSC talks about trauma, healing, and post-traumatic growth with a great deal of wisdom. If you have questions about what healing truly is and what concrete steps you can take to start to heal, even with ongoing trauma, she has some great advice for you. Learn the difference between a struggle and a trauma, why that difference is importa…
 
What are the long-term impacts/harm of both experiencing and reporting sexual assault? Dr. Rebecca Campbell walks us through the academic side, while Charlotte and Venus from the #girlslikeus podcast humanize what those impacts look like in every day life. We also talk about what it's like to experience victim-blaming and not being believed. Everyo…
 
How are campus sexual assault investigations deficient? Is there enough time in a day to answer that question? Learn about extended investigations designed to wear students down, the many ways that investigators fail to properly investigate, the burden that is placed on survivors far more than the accused, and what schools need to do to fix their t…
 
Sexual assault on college campuses is a pervasive problem. In part 1 of this 2-parter, learn about Title IX, the Clery Act, and how the reporting process is supposed to work. We cover student-student assault, faculty-student assault, and other kinds of power dynamics on campuses and how they can change the way a student decides to report or not. Le…
 
The backlog is a decades-long police failure that they are now unjustly taking credit for fixing. DNA only counts when it is tied to other DNA found in CODIS after years of not arresting rapists, apparently. Victims voices are never enough unless its a 12:1 victim to rapist ratio. Learn about how the backlog harms cases, victims, and keeps communit…
 
What happens during a Sexual Assault Examination to collect and preserve evidence? How much control does a victim have over what happens- from contacting the police to giving blood samples? According to published best practices: all of it. Dr. Julie Valentine explains the history of forensic nurses, what happens during these exams, and dispels comm…
 
We already talked about trauma and survival instincts in the moment of the assault, but what happens to the brain in the days and weeks after the assault, and long-term? In what ways might it change a person short- and long-term? How does being involved in the criminal reporting system impact that level of trauma? What social impact does this have …
 
What factors go into the decisions that prosecutors make about whether or not to try sexual assault cases? Less than 1% of sexual assaults are tried nationally each year. Hear all of the excuses about why that is. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/survivingjusticepodcast)Kate with Dr. Cassia Spohn, Nancy Oglesby, Jennifer Ecklund, and Elizabeth Myers による
 
Exceptional Clearance: What is it? It's supposed to be a last resort option when an arrest can't be made, but in practice, it's used far more frequently than intended. It negatively impacts victims and rape investigations. Listen along with investigative reporter Mark Fahey to learn more. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/survivingjusticepo…
 
Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault. How common is it? How do we dispel myths that the victim was just 'mistaken'? The answers are scarier than you'd think. Find Keith Graves, Drug Recognition Expert and all around amazing investigator's website at: https://gravesassociates.com And Twitter at @Dopecop He has a very intensive and incredibly useful DFSA …
 
What is probable cause? According to the law, a 51% benchmark. According to some captains in police departments, it's somewhere between 70% and beyond a reasonable doubt. In this episode, we talk through investigations from the stand point of probable cause for an arrest, what that looks like, how a case can be presented to a county attorney's offi…
 
What does follow-up investigating look like in sexual assault cases? What are expectations we have vs. reality? Helpful hint: the difference is stark. Hear from those who are doing it right, and hear from those who have been failed, once again, by the system. All rights reserved. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/survivingjusticepodcast)…
 
On to the next phase of reporting rape: being interviewed by a detective. Will he or she have training in how to do this? It's not a requirement, so who knows! Listen to hear what kind of questions detectives might ask, what they are looking for when they ask them, and what a confrontation call is. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/survivin…
 
Why are some sexual assaults never disclosed, or disclosed after a delay? How does the first response a survivor receives determine their long-term wellbeing, their likelihood to tell others, their likelihood to report to law enforcement, and their likelihood to stay involved in the criminal process? What are normal responses to traumatic events li…
 
What happens when you pick up the phone or go to the hospital and decide to report rape? No, really- what comes next? Will your rapist go to jail, or will your detective refer to the strangulation mark on your neck as a "hickey" in his report? Why is your case less than 1% likely to be prosecuted? Why is your rapist less than 5% likely to be arrest…
 
Pregnancy, Rape & Abortion | Podcast #1In this podcast we talk about being raped and thoughts on having abortions. Please comment your opinions down below. Listen to us on itunesListen to us on stitcherListen to us on Google PlayReel Talk Podcast による
 
This was going to be called Episode 1 Redux (Redux) because of previous errors with the audio equipment, but I figured this would be a better name for the podcast. We begin by talking about the recent "controversy" over the ESA scientist Matt Taylor and his offensive t-shirt, but we cover other things too. You can listen to find out. Signed, with l…
 
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