Olympic gymnasts just testified to a Senate committee about sexual abuse. Gold medalist Dominique Moceanu spoke up. National champion rhythmic gymnast Jessica Howard spoke up. Yet no one from USA Gymnastics even bothered to show up.

WHAT CAN YOU DO?
SPEAK UP IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW WAS ABUSED.

“When I first spoke out I thought I was the only one. Turns out,  I was anything but alone. Now, we’re coming together, stronger than ever, to stand up for young girls today and to say what happened was never okay.”

A Case for Women’s gymnastics sexual abuse initiative is sponsored by the law firm of Weitz & Luxenberg P.C., headquartered in New York,  to bring justice to yesterday’s survivors and to protect today’s children. Weitz & Luxenberg is not affiliated with other A Case for Women initiatives.

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