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Speaking Out on Sexual Harassment

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In light of numerous sexual harassment allegations that have sparked the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements, women are continuing to empower themselves and make their voices heard by sharing their own stories of sexual assault and harassment. Sexual harassment can occur anywhere, anytime, to anyone. Below are thoughts and reflections about this issue by members of the Francis Lewis High School community. 

Annieshka Tapar, Junior

Annieshka Tapar, a junior at Francis Lewis, shares her story about sexual harassment on the streets.

 

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Introduction by Katelyn Chau and Crystal Lam, Co-Editors in Chief

Audio reporting and photography by Aayushi Patel and Charlene Miras

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