Rape victim advocates

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  1. Gabrielle Union

    Gabrielle Union

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    American actress

  2. Tori Amos

    Tori Amos

    66,680 views
    American singer

  3. Angela Shelton

    Angela Shelton

    236 views
    American film director

  4. Susan Estrich

    Susan Estrich

    68 views
    American lawyer, academic and political analyst

  5. Taslima Nasrin

    Taslima Nasrin

    30 views
    Poet, columnist, novelist

  6. Tara Teng

    Tara Teng

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    Tara Teng (born August 16, 1988; Chinese name: Oi Kwan) is a Canadian human rights defender, beauty pageant winner, professional public speaker, and television presenter . She grew up on British Columbia's Sunshine Coast and has a Bachelor of Education degree from Trinity Western University. Teng was named Miss BC World in 2010, Miss Canada in 2011, and Miss World Canada in 2012, despite withdrawing from the corresponding swimsuit competitions. She represented Canada at Miss World 2012 in Ordos City, China, and the Chinese government later added her name to its blacklist of keywords, which Teng believed was because she spoke about human rights issues and Jesus during the competition.


  7. Julie Bindel

    Julie Bindel

    18 views
    British, Activist

  8. Jill Saward

    Jill Saward

    14 views
    BRitish activist

  9. Mukhtaran Bibi

    Mukhtaran Bibi

    14 views
    rape survivor and one of Pakistan's most prominent rights activists [EPA]

  10. Florence Holway

    Florence Holway

    6 views

    Florence Robie Reed Holway (June 2, 1915 – February 7, 2012) was a woman who was raped and sodomized at the age of 75 by John LaForest on March 31, 1991, in her Alton, New Hampshire home. Her subsequent fight for justice ultimately resulted in changes to that state's rape laws and is the subject of a 2003 HBO documentary entitled Rape in a Small Town: The Florence Holway Story, which chronicles her ordeal.


  11. Maureen Greenwood

    Maureen Greenwood

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    Maureen Greenwood-Basken is an American human rights activist.


  12. Paul Martin Andrews

    Paul Martin Andrews

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    Paul Martin Andrews (born 1959) is an American rape survivor and an advocate for rape survivors.


  13. Gita Sahgal

    Gita Sahgal

    4 views
    Indian, Writer

  14. Jamie Leigh Jones

    Jamie Leigh Jones

    3 views

    Jamie Leigh Jones (born 1985) was an employee of KBR, an American engineering, construction and private military contracting company. She is notable for accusing then fellow KBR employees of drugging and gang-raping her on July 28, 2005, at Camp Hope, Baghdad, Iraq. A federal grand jury investigated her claims but issued no indictments.


  15. Ze'ev Smason

    Ze'ev Smason

    2 views

  16. Oleta Kirk Abrams

    Oleta Kirk Abrams

    2 views
    American activist

  17. Diana E. H. Russell

    Diana E. H. Russell

    1 view
    South African activist

  18. Carla van Raay

    Carla van Raay

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    Australian writer

  19. Nusreta Sivac

    Nusreta Sivac

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    Bosnian activist

  20. Yosef Blau

    Yosef Blau

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    Yosef Blau is an Orthodox rabbi. He currently serves as the Mashgiach ruchani at Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary. He is also the president of the Religious Zionists of America.


  21. Bakira Hasečić

    Bakira Hasečić

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