Segment 1: Why do people not report their experiences of sexual assault?
After Christine Blasey Ford said Judge Brett Kavanaugh assaulted her in high school, President Trump tweeted that had it really happened, her parents would have reported it. This has sparked a social media movement of people sharing their stories with the hashtag #WhyIDidntReport. We took calls from our community, and talked with a therapist and local advocate.
- Victoria Pickering, director of advocacy, MOCSA
- Susan Kraus, therapist and author of Insufficient Evidence
Segment 2, beginning at 31:20: Having a food allergy can be life threatening, and affording the treatment can also be a struggle.
The only way to treat a severe food allergy is strict avoidance, but that means consistently buying more expensive alternatives. We hear some personal experiences about different ways of dealing with food allergies.
- Emily Brown, founder & CEO of Food Equality Initiative
- Jay Portnoy, immunologist, The Children's Mercy Hospital
- Grace Guthrie, adult with severe food allergies