Bystander rape-prevention programs face questions

In this Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017 photo, Penn State University student Jesse Weber, right, looks over his computer as fellow student Amber Morris, center, and program director Katie Tenney, left, exchange ideas during a Stand For State team meeting in State College, Pa. Penn State’s Stand for State program is part of a large push in colleges across the country seeking to train people to be able to recognize, and step in, when a sexual assault is unfolding. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)


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