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I Have the Right To by Chessy Prout with Jenn Abelson
This is this year’s selection for the University’s One Book One Community discussion. It relates the heartbreaking story of how, when Prout was 15, she became a victim of a sexual assault at the prestigious New Hampshire boarding school she attended. The book chronicles what happened and the unfortunate backlash that followed. This book is part of an important discussion we’re having as a campus and a society about sexual violence, and I want to support that discussion as well as the OBOC program in general, which selects timely and engaging works like this every year.
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