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Victims of sexual abuse by priests, advocates say, still feel alone.
That painful sense of solitude persists even 14 years after the Boston Globe documented a massive cover-up of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church, setting off a wave of exposés across the country that continue until this day.
Inquiries or complaints regarding sexual misconduct and other gender-based discrimination, including pregnancy, sexual orientation and gender identity, should be directed immediately to the Title IX coordinator, Anita Harewood, vice president, Office of Government and Community Relations, Academic Center, Room 336, phone: 410.837.4533, [email protected], or to the dean of students, Office of Community Life, Academic Center, Room 112, phone: 410.837.4755, [email protected], or to the assistant vice president, Office of Human Resources, Charles Royal Building, Third Floor, 410.837.5410, [email protected]
Sexual misconduct and other gender-based discrimination reports will be handled under the University of Baltimore Sexual Misconduct Policy.
The University of Baltimore is committed to creating a campus that is safe from sexual misconduct, including sexual and gender-based harassment, sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual exploitation and sexual intimidation.
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“We’ve heard from victim-surviors that one main obstacle is the sense that they’re alone. They won’t be believed.” Thanks to the list, Caine said, that feeling might be diminished.
“They’re empowered to find out that other people have alleged against the same person.” [‘Spotlight’ portrayal of sexual abuse is making the Catholic church uncomfortable all over again] The Baltimore archdiocese was among the first in the country to publicly list its accused priests, shortly after the Globe’s revelations in 2002. But Caine said that list was never meant to be permanent.
You are required to report any and all instances of sexual misconduct.
We want to reaffirm the University of Baltimore's commitment to creating a campus that is safe from sexual misconduct, including sexual and gender-based harassment, sexual violence, and other offenses.
This step is important, advocates say, so that when victims who have suffered in silence type their abusers’ names into Google, they will see that these men have been accused by others as well.