President Obama’s senior adviser Valerie Jarrett talks about the White House’s landmark task force initiative about the college sexual assault epidemic. Survivors share their personal stories and hear what students are doing to prevent further assaults on campuses. Plus, singer Tori Amos talks about her new album and performs live in-studio.
One in five college women is sexually assaulted, and shockingly many of the perpetrators go unpunished. But now these assaults are coming out of the shadows as college students join together and take a stand.
In January, the White House announced a task force to study the issue of college sexual assault. White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett joins Katie to share the task force's recommendations.
More and more, young men are joining the cause of fighting sexual assault on their college campuses. Two students explain exactly what they are doing at their colleges today.
Victims of college sexual assault are uniting and now the White House is acting. Female students react to the task force's recommendation.
Tori Amos is a multi-platinum singer-songwriter who wears her heart on her sleeve every time she performs. It's why her music has connected with millions of fans for more than two decades. Katie catches up with the talented musician.