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“In the post-MeToo climate, versus when I first came forward in 2014 and wrote the essay for Nicholas Kristof’s column, the difference is night and day,” Farrow said. “The support now versus the lack of support then is unbelievable.”
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In response to the Palomba case, Connecticut eliminated the statute of limitations on sex crimes that can be solved with DNA evidence.
News Reports on #JaneDoeNoMore @QVCC
News Reports on #JaneDoeNoMore @QVCC
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On April 23 at 6:00 pm, On Cue: Culture and Conversations at QV will present “JANE DOE NO MORE: Sexual Assault Survivors Fighting for Change,” an exploration of the challenges faced by sexual assault survivors who speak up about their experiences. The event will feature Dylan Farrow, with assault survivors Donna Palumbo and Susan Campbell. Investigative journalist Andy Thibault will moderate. The event will be held in the Robert E. Miller Auditorium at the Quinebaug Valley Community College main campus in Danielson. Seating is limited, so attendees are urged to arrive before the event, which is free and open to the public. Donations for Jane Doe No More, an organization that supports survivors of sexual abuse, will be accepted. Audience members should be aware of the potential for emotionally difficult content.
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On April 23 at 6:00 pm, On Cue: Culture and Conversations at QV will present “JANE DOE NO MORE: Sexual Assault Survivors Fighting for Change,” an exploration of the challenges faced by sexual assault survivors who speak up about their experiences. The event will feature Dylan Farrow, with assault survivors Donna Palumbo and Susan Campbell. Investigative journalist Andy Thibault will moderate. The event will be held in the Robert E. Miller Auditorium at the Quinebaug Valley Community College main campus in Danielson. Seating is limited, so attendees are urged to arrive before the event, which is free and open to the public. Donations for Jane Doe No More, an organization that supports survivors of sexual abuse, will be accepted. Audience members should be aware of the potential for emotionally difficult content.
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April 19: Jonathan Harris, former state Consumer Protection commissioner and state senator.

May 3: Erin Stewart, mayor of New Britain.

May 17: Cindy Mcphee and Gerry Geci, Topsmead tour guides.
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Casino investigators dished on Louis The Coin case at Rotary
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