This Rape survivor is making history.
Amanda Nguyen is a 27-year-old who wrote the Sexual Assault Survivors Bill of Rights. So that no other victim would have to live through the same nightmare that she did. Now she’s sparking a global movement for justice to such victims.
She’s an aspiring astronaut, civil rights leader and also teaches others to raise their voice against injustice. Amanda Nguyen is encouraging survivors of assault around the world to come forward. She’s reforming the entire justice system to make sure, it’s there to protect them.
“I knew I had a choice. Could either accept injustice or rewrite the law. I chose to rewrite it.” In 2016, she helped write the first set of federal protections law for assault survivors in the country’s history.
She’s an aspiring astronaut, civil rights leader, and she’s teaching others how to raise their voice. @amandanguyen is empowering survivors of assault around the world to come forward, and she's reforming the justice system to make sure it's there to protect them when they do. pic.twitter.com/k797UIuS1X
— MAKERS (@MAKERSwomen) September 21, 2018
I am pleased to nominate Amanda Nguyen for the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize. Amanda has been a tireless advocate for survivors of sexual assault and is absolutely deserving of this prestigious recognition. pic.twitter.com/C0tjqhhatF
— Mimi Walters (@RepMimiWalters) June 25, 2018