Lost in the #MeToo movement are often the workers at the lower end of the income spectrum. When we turn on the news, we tend to hear about powerful men falling from grace for preying on colleagues and associates in high office towers. Sexual harassment anywhere is wrong, though it happens at every level and […]read more
Google is one of the largest companies in the world, which is why it made headlines when it announced last week that, over the last two years, as many as 48 people have been fired from the company over sexual harassment allegations. Chief Executive Sundar Pichai says that 13 of those individuals were senior managers […]read more
According to reports in the Los Angeles Times earlier this week, a prize-winning scientist has resigned from his role at UC Irvine after the university found he had sexually harassed or assaulted four people. Francisco J. Ayala, a geneticist who has previously won the Templeton Prize in respect of contributing to human spiritual progress, has […]read more
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, victims of sexual harassment have been more empowered than ever to speak publicly about workplace harassment, abuse, sexism, groping, derogatory comments, unwanted sexual advances, and other types of sexual harassment in California. But there are millions of women in Los Angeles and all across California who are still […]read more
The #MeToo movement started in October 2017, and one would think that sexual harassment would have been non-existent by the end of April. But that is not the case. It has been almost seven months since the revelations about Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein’s sexual misconduct flooded the headlines, and even though many disgraced and awful […]read more
Sexual harassment in the workplace attracts a mammoth deal of attention nowadays, for all the right reasons. If you skim through the headlines, you will notice that sexual misconduct at work is a much more talked-about issue that it was ever before. While the latest sex scandals that have gripped Hollywood and the rest of […]read more
Sex scandals and politics have never been strangers, but seem to go hand-in-hand more than ever at the moment. As numerous stories of sexual harassment, sexual offenses, and related incidents make the news, some parts of Los Angeles County are now unrepresented in the Capitol after both Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia and Senator Tony Mendoza has […]read more
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