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NU alumn featured in Huntington News article “Thousands walk to fundraise for sexual assault”

Check out NU alumn Kara Blue quoted in this article from the Huntington News!

Walk attendee and Northeastern graduate Kara Blue has dedicated much of her time to rape prevention services. She now works for Transition House, an organization that aims to stop domestic violence.

“When I go to their [Boston Area Rape Crisis Center’s] larger events […] I look around at all of the attendees and feel like we are making small changes and taking steps forward in combating all issues encompassed within sexual assault,” Blue said.

Through BARCC’s services, Blue hopes the rape crisis center will eventually end incidences of sexual assault.

“I feel that BARCC is a beacon of hope for survivors and allies alike; the hope that one day we won’t have to fight this fight anymore,” Blue said.

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