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After first year of campus advocacy work, Rape Response discovers greater need than imagined
The pedestrian bridge is illuminated by teal lights for the month of April to raise awareness about sexual violence on Friday, April 5, 2019. - photo by Nick Watson
Angel Jackson jokes that she hopes to one day have a job that is obsolete.“I always say I want to work myself out of a job one day with all of the education that we do,” said Jackson, Rape Response’s campus advocate.But one year into its expanded role on college campuses, Rape Response has realized the need was greater than imagined.