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January 2011

Challenges Faced by Female Veterans Webinar Materials

Author(s): Anu Bhagwati, Rachel Natelson, Star Lara
This presentation focused on the challenges experienced by female service members and veterans as well as some of the services that are currently available to this population. Presenters provided participants with valuable information aimed at increasing their understanding when working with female veterans within the context of violence against women. They also shared their perspectives as veterans' advocates and services providers.
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August 2010

Separate, Unequal, and Unrecognized

Author(s): Rachel Natelson
This article describes the obstacles that female service members and veterans are faced with during deployment and when trying to reintegrate to their home communities.
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January 2010

Command Indiscretion

Author(s): Rachel Natelson
This article highlights some of the challenges experienced by military women while deployed related to sexual violence, reproductive justice, motherhood and other issues.
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September 2009

A Case for Federal Oversight of Military Sexual Harassment

Author(s): Rachel Natelson
This scholarly article discusses the prevalence of sexual harassment within the military and the lack of protection under Title VII. According to the article, 70-90% of female veterans reports the experience of sexual harassment, but often have no redress for their offenders words and actions.