Talk of Transgressions: The whispers from the woman around the world
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In an effort to bring awareness to women’s rights violations around the world, a panel entitled “Talk of Transgressions: The Whispers from Women around the World,” was hosted at Utah State University on Friday.
Three USU professors presented on current, global examples of violence against women. Marisella Martinez-Cola addressed the high number of missing and murdered indigenous women in the United States.
Crescencio Lopez spoke about the violence occurring in Mexico and how women were disproportionately affected by it. Gonca Soyer told the audience of how the rights of people, especially women and children, were being violated in Turkey because of the failed coup attempt in 2016.
Following these stories, the audience participated in a moment of silence. Afterward, a few attendees asked what could be done in response to the stories.
“This is all very heavy,” one of the women who attended said. “What can I do to help in these situations?”
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