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 (opens in new tab) across the United States has become such a problem that it's captured the attention of the White House (opens in new tab). 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 (opens in new tab). 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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