Jess Ladd, an advocate for prevention of sexual assault, will speak about her online tool Callisto and why survivors in college have such trouble reporting their assaults at the TEDxKC conference Aug. 19 at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
Jess Ladd, an advocate for prevention of sexual assault, will speak about her online tool Callisto and why survivors in college have such trouble reporting their assaults at the TEDxKC conference Aug. 19 at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. From TEDxKC
Jess Ladd, an advocate for prevention of sexual assault, will speak about her online tool Callisto and why survivors in college have such trouble reporting their assaults at the TEDxKC conference Aug. 19 at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. From TEDxKC

TEDxKC guest Jess Ladd has a way to help victims of sexual assault

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