In the two years since the #MeToo movement launched, the New York City Commission on Human Rights announces significant achievements in combatting workplace sexual harassment.
Affecting workers from Harlem To Hollis, Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins said, “No one should have to endure sexual harassment or mistreatment in the workplace.
Council Member Helen Rosenthal introduced a resolution today in support of legislation which would dramatically increase protections against workplace sexual harassment and discrimination from Harlem to the Hudson.
Today, Mayor de Blasio signed 11 bills to combat workplace sexual harassment.
Mayor de Blasio signed the City Council’s groundbreaking and far reaching sexual harassment bill package into law today, responding to the #MeToo movement and calls across the country for an Continue Reading →
Today, Mayor de Blasio held public hearings for eleven pieces of legislation that aim to reduce workplace sexual harassment.
This Wednesday, February 28th, 2018, the City Council’s Committee on Women will convene its first hearing of the new term where they will shine a light on sexual harassment within Continue Reading →
Harvey Weinstein has done the unexpected, his has exposed an epidemic of sexual harassment from Harlem to Hollywood.
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