A new short film by Nuala Cabral focuses on women of Color who experience street harassment. It could be a new teaching tool for classrooms, workshops, and communities. How do you see this film being useful for youth?
Denial. I know. It’s not just a river in Egypt. But it is, it appears, as wide and deep as an ocean, especially when it comes to sexual harassment and sexual abuse.
A police report from Meridian Township, Michigan detailing an evening of troubling incidents among a group of Haslett Public Schools teachers “drunk shaming” may be but one example of a much broader problem.
Some in the British media are defending sexual harassment as an artistic eccentricity.
Sexual harassment at work is serious business: it’s against the law. You’re entitled to a safe workplace where you are treated with the same respect you afford your co-workers.
We don’t need implants and breast reductions. What we need is to cure our society’s complete obsession with breasts.
This winter, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in a number of cases that could expand or curtail women’s ability to challenge discrimination in the workplace.
If it’s summertime, then it’s time for body issues and street harassment. In short — it’s the perfect time to dust off your feminist rage!
More than two weeks have passed since the federal government launched an immigration raid — the largest single-site raid in American history — against Agriprocessors in Postville, Iowa, and more stories of abuse continue to surface.