Dr. Carolyn West is a 2020 alumna of the Women’s Media Center’s Progressive Women’s Voices Training Program. She has been interviewed by numerous national media outlets.
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- Raped, then forgotten until a community intervened. Ebony.com
- Taking it to the Hill: Psychologists share their expertise on trauma, violence, and abuse with federal policy-makers. Monitor on Psychology
- Relationship violence strikes campuses. Diverse Issues in Higher Education
- Healing communities: Dr. Carolyn West brings domestic violence issues to light. Color of Influence
- Take back the music: Entertainment insiders, thinkers, and consumers candidly discuss hip hop’s outlook on Black women’s sexuality. Essence
- Residues of slavery, racial stereotypes of the “Angry Black Women” often put Black women and girls in harm’s way. Atlanta Black Star
- Your role in helping victims of sexual assault? It’s bigger than you think. Deseret News
- Assault, violence experts speaks at SHARP Summit. Northwest Guardian
- Is sexual harassment different from the perspective of Black women. TheGrio.com
- Researcher cites negative influences of hip hop. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
- RAD training creates survivors University of Washington Tacoma Ledger
- Trying to break a “culture of silence” on rape. Washington Post
- Still on the auction block. Assembling the Pieces
- Student discuss sexual violence. The Harvard Crimson
- The Godfather of Soul accused of spouse abuse—again. Women’s E-News
- Web of trauma a burden for Blacks, researcher says. Seattle Post-Intelligencer
- Professor Resigns Under Fire. St. Louis Post Dispatch
Selected Media Interviews
- 2018 WhyIDidn’tReport Survivors of Sexual Assault Share Their Stories After Trump Tweet, by J. Fortin (1). The New York Times.
- 2019 R Kelly’s arrest barely scatches surface if a much needed Metoo reckoning for black girls NBC News.
- 2016 Raped, Then Forgotten Until A Community Intervened, by K.H. Taylor Ebony.com
- 2005 Essence Take Back the Music Essence.
- 2019 Confronting Black men’s roles in the murders of Black transgender women may be the only way to save our lives The Grio.
- 2016 Residues of Slavery, Racial Stereotypes of the Angry Black Women, Often Put Black Women and Girls in Harms Way. Atlanta Black Star.
- 2019 I suffered in silience for 12 years Rape survivor helps black women talk about sexual violence The Philadelphia Inquirer.
- 2019 11 rapes, 4 states, 1 suspect The extraordinarily improbable defense of Calvin Kelly Lansing State Journal.
- 2016 Black Women are Far More Likely to Be Fatally Shot. The Trace The Trace.