Tune in to WKCR tonight at 9pm for a special hour-long news broadcast. Columbia and Barnard's anti-sexual assault movement have gotten significant national media attention, but the coverage never strays far beyond profiling the loudest voices. Naomi Cohen sits with Smita Sen, who started organizing around sexual assault last fall, to talk about the activists who have stayed in the shadows. They discuss the work done before No Red Tape, the survivors who aren't showing up to the rallies, and the arguments that aren't painted on the signs. Listen to learn why and how certain voices are amplified and how that fact might shape what a victory looks like.