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‘Know My Name’ author Chanel Miller gives advice to sexual assault survivors

On Monday night, the UConn Women’s Center hosted author and artist Chanel Miller for a virtual book reading and discussion. Miller was first known as Emily Doe, the survivor of a sexual assault case at Stanford University in 2015. Miller’s assailant received a six-month sentence; after, her victim impact statement was anonymously posted on Buzzfeed and went viral within days.
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UC Santa Cruz

Take Back the Night: Chanel Miller to be keynote speaker

Bestselling author Chanel Miller will appear at UCSC in a virtual keynote event that is part of the Take Back the Night series and Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This free event will take place on Tuesday, April 26, from 6:30–8 p.m. Chanel Miller is a writer and artist who...
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Colorado State University

APIDA Heritage Month includes talk by bestselling author Chanel Miller

Chanel Miller — author of The New York Times bestselling memoir Know My Name — headlines Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month at Colorado State University. The annual monthlong celebration returns with in-person events and activities, recognizing APIDA as well as Southwest Asian and North African...

Chanel Miller speaks at seventh annual Shifting the Paradigm event

After a six-month delay due to Hurricane Ida destruction, author, artist and sexual assault advocate Chanel Miller headlined Tulane University’s seventh annual Shifting the Paradigm event in an hour and a half Q&A session on March 23. Last summer, Tulane administration assigned Miller’s memoir, “Know My Name,” as summer...

‘Know My Name’: Chanel Miller reclaims her life after sexual assault

She was publicly known as Emily Doe, the sexual assault victim whose legal case made worldwide headlines in 2015. What she hoped would be an enjoyable night out with her sister, became a night that changed her perception of self and her life forever. She had been sexually assaulted and found half-naked and unconscious behind a dumpster at Stanford University. Her assailant was identified as Brock Taylor, a talented white male swimmer who had aspirations for the Olympics.

Chanel Miller, artist and ‘Emily Doe’ in Stanford assault case, speaks at Asian Art Museum

Artist and writer Chanel Miller‘s 75-foot mural at the Asian Art Museum, I was, I am, I will be, is on view in the museum’s new Wilbur Gallery and can be seen from the street. Recently, artist Judy Chicago whose first ever retrospective is at the de Young Museum, saw the mural in person and described it as, “Really fantastic and powerful.” The mural represents stages of healing, and encourages people to think of life as “an endless state of becoming.”
Cornell Daily Sun

Chanel Miller Visits Cornell

On Saturday, April 24, Cornell’s Sexual Violence Prevention Network hosted a conversation with writer and activist Chanel Miller. Miller’s 2019 memoir, Know My Name, is her personal narrative of the complicated and public sexual assault trial in 2016 that forced her into the spotlight under the pseudonym Emily Doe. It...
State Hornet

NYT Bestselling author Chanel Miller speaks on healing from sexual assault

Content warning: Discussion of sexual violence. Before Chanel Miller revealed her identity in her 2019 New York Times bestselling memoir, “Know My Name,” she was known as Emily Doe in the Stanford University sexual assault case. In her book, Miller writes about the emotional journey that occurred after her assault...
Badger Herald

PAVE-UW hosts author and survivor Chanel Miller

Chanel Miller, the bestselling author of “Know My Name,” joined PAVE-UW for a Zoom Q&A Monday night. Miller, anonymous at the time, was at the center of a high-profile rape case in 2016. The trial made headlines when her assailant was sentenced to only six months in jail after his father infamously said prison would be “a steep price to pay for 20 minutes of action.”
Oklahoma Daily

Chanel Miller to speak at OU Gender + Equality center Sexual Assault Awareness Month event

The OU Gender + Equality Center, in partnership with OSU’s 1 is 2 Many Program, will host a virtual fireside chat with Chanel Miller Tuesday at 7 p.m. Miller is the survivor of a largely publicized sexual assault case at Stanford University in 2015, which she published a book on in 2019. The case has since been a topic for debate on how states deal with sex-related crimes, especially the effects race and wealth have on sentencing for such crimes.

‘Know My Name’ author Chanel Miller discusses hidden identity as Emily Doe as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month

UT’s Campus Events Board hosted author Chanel Miller to speak about her book “Know My Name” on Tuesday. This event was held as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Chanel Miller was a victim of sexual assault, and during the case she did not want people to know her true identity, so she was instead referred to as Emily Doe. Several years later, she chose to reveal her name, and wrote a New York Times bestselling memoir about her trauma and the courage she had as she went through the court proceedings.

Artist and Writer Chanel Miller on Surviving, Identity, and Activism

This week on At Liberty, we’re rounding out our Women’s History Month series with writer and artist Chanel Miller. Miller jumped into the spotlight back in 2015. First known to the public as “Emily Doe,” Miller’s victim impact statement from the sentencing hearing of Brock Turner, who sexually assaulted her on Stanford University’s campus, went viral. The statement she wrote helped spark the #MeToo movement, but her name was nowhere to be found.

Cathy Park Hong and Chanel Miller on Making Art Out of Grief: A Conversation

All products featured on Glamour are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. In her book Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning, the poet Cathy Park Hong explains the pleasures of what she calls “bad English.” Her ode is a celebration of the profane, the borrowed, the “short, barbed, and broken.” It is also an acknowledgment—that English is a limited language, that it can't capture the full spectrum of emotions the people who speak it or who are forced to speak it feel.

Our Voice fundraiser spotlights sexual assault survivor Chanel Miller

Jason Sandford is a reporter, writer, blogger and photographer interested in all things Asheville. The Asheville nonprofit Our Voice holds its biggest fundraiser of the year with an online event Thursday, March 11, featuring Chanel Miller, the survivor of a 2015 attack at Stanford University. Miller, who faced her assailant...

Our VOICE Presents Chanel Miller March 11

Our VOICE, Buncombe County’s rape crisis and prevention center, will host bestselling author Chanel Miller on Thursday, March 11, at 6:30 p.m. as part of the fourth annual Break the Silence Speaker Series. The event will take place virtually via Crowdcast as well as in person at A-B Tech Mission Health Conference Center with a limited audience as determined by the governor’s current health and safety guidelines.