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Please support Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s bill, S. 967
On June 4, SWAN Executive Director Anu Bhagwati will testify at the Senate Armed Services Committee Hearing.
Tomorrow morning, SWAN will testify at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on possible solutions to the military sexual assault crisis.
The military justice system is not working.
Service members have lost faith in the system.
For the past several years, SWAN has pushed hard for military justice reform—taking this issue to Capitol Hill, the federal courts, Pentagon and White House. Combined with the help of dedicated survivors, this issue is now at the forefront of our nation’s attention.
Now more than ever SWAN needs your help.
The power you have as veterans, survivors, family members and supporters can push the military in the right direction. Please stand with SWAN.
“Thank you for holding this historic hearing on military sexual assault. We need you to reform the military justice system. The authority to prosecute violent crimes like sexual assault should rest with legal professionals. Please support Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s bill, S. 967.”
Senator Carl Levin, Chairman, Senate Armed Services Committee
Senator James Inhofe, Ranking Member, Senate Armed Services Committee
For a press release on SWAN’s testimony, click here.
SWAN has been deeply moved by each and every one of you who have shared your experiences and helped make history. We will not rest until change comes. Thank you for your courage and continued support.
Former Marine Captain
Michael Pollan has spotted something unsavoury between the spaghetti carbonara and the crab and rocket linguine. The best-selling American food writer and campaigner has agreed to talk about his new book, Cooked, inside a central London branch of Tesco. At the ready meals aisle, a shopper has discarded a Rustlers flame-grilled quarter pounder among the dishes for one. Pollan pulls it out, inspecting the sealed plastic box (â0 to tasty in seconds… must microwaveâ).