Annie Clark & Andrea Pino
Annie E. Clark and Andrea Pino are civil rights activists, and co-founders of End Rape On Campus, where they give voice and counsel to survivors of campus sexual assault all around the country. After encountering an environment at their own university that deprived sexual assault survivors of their rights under Title IX, Clark and Pino, together with three other women, filed two federal complaints against The University of North Carolina.
In the months after filing, they were contacted by hundreds of other survivors, also hoping to learn how to hold their schools accountable. Clark and Pino then began helping others learn their civil rights and consulted them in filing their own federal complaints.
After directly working with New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, they helped write the Bi-Partisan Campus Safety and Accountability Act, and are frequently invited to assist in both Congressional and White House efforts. Their activism has been featured on the front page of The New York Times, CNN, ABC’S Good Morning America, and MSNBC’S The Melissa Harris-Perry Show.
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