49 minutes | Sep 11th 2020

History of Rape in the American South

In this episode, host Alayna Milby is joined by Maja Antonic to discuss her research on the history of rape in the American South. We also debut our theme in this episode, Girl Tones' Can't Pause. Girl Tones is a 2-piece punk rock band based out of Western Kentucky. Check out their website girltones.com  Maja Antonic is the Prevention Specialist at Hope Harbor, Inc. where she began her work as a volunteer advocate and garden volunteer. Maja joined staff in 2019 to lead the education department where we provide free prevention and awareness programs to all ages in south central Kentucky. Maja has a Masters in History from Western Kentucky University where she also teaches introductory history courses.  Resources mentioned: Southern Horrors: Women and the Politics of Rape and Lynching by Crystal N. Feimster Redefining Rape by Estelle Freedman Still Not Asking For It is produced by Mel Gerard This podcast is brought to you by Hope Harbor, A Sexual Trauma Recovery Center where we provide free, confidential services to anyone impacted by sexual violence in south central Kentucky. For more information on services and ways to get involved, check out our website hopeharbor.net where you can also find our blog, Thanks for Asking. For questions or topic suggestions, you can email us at crisisintervention@hopeharbor.net You can call us 24/7 at 270.846.1100 for questions, resources, or someone to talk to.  September 2020 is Hope Harbor's 35th Anniversary. We are unable to have the fundraising events we hoped for and instead hosting an online fundraiser. You can find more information about Coral & Jade: Hope Harbor's 35th Anniversary and how to donate by clicking the link.  Thank you for hanging out with us and listening! 
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