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The Jane Does of Liberty U

A History of Silence and Silencing

In 2009 Heather Wendel walked into Liberty University as a student, involved in her classes and excited to be in college. A few months later she was sexually assaulted.

In early 2010, Wendel made a report of her assault to the university. She says she sent in the report and was harassed by classmates about it the next year. When the…




21 | he/him | student journalist | graphic designer | rlocklear.myportfolio.com

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21 | he/him | student journalist | graphic designer | rlocklear.myportfolio.com

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