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Graph depicting the impact of current events on requests to the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center for services from 2017 to 2018. (Courtesy of the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center)
Graph depicting the impact of current events on requests to the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center for services from 2017 to 2018. (Courtesy of the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center)
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In the last two months, two 23-year-old women have been allegedly kidnapped from clubs in downtown Boston.

Only one of the victims was found alive. Jassy Correia, a young mother from Lynn, was found dead in the trunk of a car, authorities said.

We talk to Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins about what these high-profile attacks mean for young women in Boston, and what everyone — men and women — can do to prevent violence against women.

Plus, in the wake of a tragedy, what are women thinking about the balance between freedom and safety?

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Rachael Rollins, Suffolk County district attorney. She tweets @DARollins.

Paris Alston, Radio Boston producer. She tweets @BonjourParis_.

Peter Qualliotine, former director of a Men’s Accountability program at the Seattle-based Organization for Prostitution Survivors. He's currently a gender-based violence consultant.

Gina Scaramella, executive director of the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center. She tweets @ginabarcc.

This segment aired on March 5, 2019.

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