Christine Blasey Ford

Demand Justice is accusing the tech firm of helping to rehabilitate the justice and alleged sexual assaulter’s public image.
In a rare public appearance, Ford accepted the Rodger Baldwin Courage Award at the ACLU of Southern California’s annual Bill of Rights dinner on Sunday night.
Demand Justice set up a massive screen to shame Federalist Society members for honoring the Supreme Court justice accused of sexual assault.
Demonstrators projected video of Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford’s testimony outside of a gala dinner honoring Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Ford paid tribute to the "Know My Name" author and sexual assault survivor for a Time magazine feature on 100 rising stars.
"Even if the outcome is painful, what's at stake is very, very important for the integrity of the university," said President Angel Cabrera.
The senator honored Ford in Time magazine's issue about influential people, praising the courage it took to publicly accuse Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.
The "Veep" star and supporter of Christine Blasey Ford clarified for Time that her “default position is to believe victims.”
The award, which is usually reserved for public officials and politicians, celebrates "political courage."
Collins could have quietly, disappointingly voted to confirm Brett Kavanaugh. Instead, she wrapped her decision in a cynical faux-feminist bow.