In September 2016, we launched our #RightToRecord petition demanding Columbia allow students to record meetings with administrators related to the gender-based misconduct process. The petition was in response to a new policy requiring all survivors to sign away their right to record meetings with administrators.
On October 28, 2016, we held a rally asking Columbia to repeal their gender-based misconduct policy. View video and pictures from the rally below!
Photos below courtesy of Sophia Guida
On October 14, 2016, we launched our hashtag campaign, asking people around the country to post about why they want the #RightToRecord.
"Why Students Need the #RightToRecord: One Survivor's Story" — re:claim magazine (October 27, 2016)
"Students Deserve the #RightToRecord" —The Huffington Post (October 8, 2016)
"No Red Tape Protests University Recording Policy" —The Columbia Daily Spectator (October 31, 2016)
"Columbia Has Released Policy Banning Recording During Gender-Based Misconduct Meetings" —Bwog (September 29, 2016)