On January 31, 2015, Mandi Gray was reportedly sexually assaulted by a fellow PhD student at York University. Since then, Mandi has been recognized as the "face of rape on campus" by the Canadian media and has become a recognizable activist and advocate for herself and others with similar experiences.
Mandi joins co-hosts Gilad Cohen and Simona Ramkisson for Season 2 of The Hum Podcast where she uses this episode as a platform to talk about institutional betrayal, naming sexual assault, becoming one of the few to take her case to trial, and the stresses of a movie premiere.
Hosted by Gilad Cohen (Founder, JAYU) and Simona Ramkisson.
Produced and edited by Brandon Fragomeni and Alex Castellani.
The show is a JAYU production. JAYU is a Toronto-based charity that shares human rights stories through the arts. JAYU has an annual Human Rights Film Festival, a photography empowerment project and more. You can learn more about JAYU here.
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