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The Monument Quilt

An Interview With Shawn Partridge on Violence Against Native Women

Rebecca Nagle | Posted 05.31.2015 | Impact
Rebecca Nagle

Native women in the United States are 2.5 times more likely to be victims of sexual assault. Shawn Partridge is too familiar with this reality. She has served as the Program Director of the Family Violence Prevention Program of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation for nearly three years. This week, as part of her work, Shawn is bringing the Monument Quilt to Tulsa.

Senators Join Undergrads at First-Ever Monument to Rape Survivors

Rebecca Nagle | Posted 11.04.2014 | College
Rebecca Nagle

To recover and thrive through rape, survivors need and deserve support at every level including from their peers, their community, popular culture, government and institutions. What exists in the United States, currently, is the opposite.

Public Monument to Rape Survivors Garners Public Support

Rebecca Nagle | Posted 10.13.2014 | Impact
Rebecca Nagle

Even though I am around it constantly, the power of the quilt still surprises me at moments.

For Rape to End Survivors Need Public Support

Rebecca Nagle | Posted 05.06.2014 | Impact
Rebecca Nagle

Every social injustice is perpetuated by isolating those who are most affected by it. When people are connected and empowered, they can organize to create change. When people are politically and socially isolated, they cannot.