News about sexual assault in fall 2016 left 12-year-old Maeve Sanford-Kelly disheartened. She was appalled by the crimes of Bill Cosby and Brock Turner, and how their victims were treated.
But, even at age 12, she wasn't surprised.
"My whole world and my whole life has been: This is what happens. This is how power dynamics play out," said Sanford-Kelly, a Bethesda, Maryland, resident who's now 14.
The middle-schooler considered what she could do to prevent sexual assault and landed on the...
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