BBC News Premieres A Revealing Video On Sexual Assault On Campus

You have to see it to believe it.

The plague of sexual violence at universities across the United States has become such a problem that it's captured the attention of the White House. In a new video, BBC News went straight to the source to dive into the heart of the issue: a college campus that's currently under investigation for their handling of sexual assault and rape allegations. The University of Colorado, Boulder was the setting for this 7-minute video, where BBC Newsspeaks with a variety of subjects to get a better understand of what happens when someone is raped on a college campus. Watch the video below:

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