Bold Moves to End Sexual Violence: Centering the Most Vulnerable Women Workers in the #MeToo Movement

The rise of #MeToo has only amplified the need for more intersectional frameworks that incorporate meaningful grassroots collaborations with low-wage workers to unroot the status quo of rape culture.

Fighting for AAPI Equal Pay

The idea that Asian Americans and Pacific Islander women are a monolith is not only inaccurate, it’s irresponsible—and it’s hurting our chances at getting equal pay.

Women Report Sexual Harassment More than Men, Even in Male-Dominated Workplaces

New data shows that women not only report sexual harassment at a higher rate than men, but also report sexual harassment at a higher rate than men—even in male-dominated spaces. 

Pregnant Workers are Suing Walmart for Discrimination

Pregnant women who work at Walmart allege that they have been unlawfully punished for health-related absences—and face the threat of losing their jobs for seeking out proper medical care.

We Were Lawyers Once

“I lay down in the grass and looked up at the sky and spoke firming slogans to myself. I wouldn’t quit. I’d return to work. I’d be fine. I wouldn’t feel cold about the Tripper’s request for a warm body. I’d be a nameless cog in the firm’s well-oiled wheel.”

The Crucial Role “MBA Moms” Could Be Playing in the #MeToo Movement

We’re professionals who navigated our way back to work after our own opt-out years—and we believe the secret to increasing women’s numbers in the workplace is to help re-launch this skilled, but largely overlooked, talent pool.

Feminists Speak Out on Sexual Harassment in Los Angeles

Feminist advocates and women workers shared stories of and outlined solutions to sexual harassment and abuse in the workplace at a California Assembly Committee hearing.

Women at the UN are Still Waiting for Their #MeToo Moment

A New York Times report on the mishandling of sexual misconduct claims at the United Nations illustrates a pervasive lack of accountability for workplace harassment within the agency.

From Panic to Prevention: What It Will Take to End Sexual Harassment for Hotel Workers

Hotel workers in Chicago now have the ability to report harassment in real time—but when will employers hold guests accountable for misconduct?

Investigating the True Cost of Workplace Sexual Harassment

Data on the cost of sexual harassment doesn’t go beyond legal fees and payouts. What about value lost—to employers, and to the national economy? Four female senators want better numbers.

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