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Included in this issue: UD’s new Coordinator of Sexual Violence Prevention Education; Nancy Mairs: Walking with God Literature; A Woman Calling to Catholic Faith; W.O.R.D. Women of Remarkable Distinction; Eating Disorder Awareness; Modern-day Slavery and What You Can Do About It; October Optimism.
University of Dayton. Women's Center, "Voices Raised, Issue 33" (2011). Women’s Center Newsletter. 37.