Stanford Graduates Use Commencement To Show Support For Rape Victim


Graduates and women’s rights activist took a stand against injustice during the 2016 Stanford University Commencement. Graduates used the graduation as an platform to broadcast their anger over the light 6-month prison sentence that former Stanford University swimmer received after raping a unconscious female student. During the schools “Wacky Walk”, a procession of graduates dressed in eccentric outfits and costumes that takes place before the ceremony, a group of students held signs up in protest.

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