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WCASA staff and allies front-and-center

photo of Lilada Gee

Lilada Gee, WCASA consultant; image from The Isthmus

Over the past couple of weeks WCASA staff have had the spotlight a bit, thanks to some timely press coverage we’d like to make sure you’re aware of…

First, one of our Survivor’s and Allies Task Force  coordinators, Lilada Gee, was profiled in an article in last week’s Isthmus newspaper.

Second, our own Jacqueline Callari-Robinson, Director of Prevention & Health Services, as well as our esteemed board president lent their voices to a Milwaukee Fox News affiliate report on the backlog of rape kits for which have gone untested and for which no legal action has been taken.

We’re proud of the work that our dedicated staff and our allies do every day; but we’re even more proud of those who put a human face on this issue and bravely refuse to let their pain or hurt silence their voice.

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