I hope for a day when a University of any caliber will prosecute rapists…of children or adults…and will not look the other way…but treat the people on the campus with respect.
Perhaps, this is a good example that people are really responsible for their actions…Did Penn State choose to protect their football program over the protection of children on campus? It appears so…now the question is - what is going to be done about it? Will the policies change at the University? Or will graduates of Penn State go into the world thinking that giving funds makes up for deviancy?
Let us all continue to pray for those that were involved with this tragedy - for justice…and that something like this will never happen again - in any Corporation in America or throughout the world. Those who allowed this behavior - need to be held accountable regardless of their job title or insurance plan, including the Board Members who initiated the policy.
I’ve never been ashamed or afraid to wear my Penn State gear and pride in public, from Columbus, Ohio to Tuscaloosa, Alabama. But since that week in November, I can’t help but wonder…
When a stranger sees my shirt with a Penn State logo on it, what do they think? What do they assume about me?