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April 16, 2019

Let's dive into Strategy 1: Law. 

Whether or not you are asking in the back of your mind, “Do I have a legal case?” it will help you to have an understanding of what the law can do for you – and what it can’t – in order to end harassment in your life for good. Because I...

April 2, 2019

Many employers believe they are working toward solving discrimination by simply hiring a “diverse” workforce, and that is a great first step. Most of the early legal work in Civil Rights has also been to provide opportunities to groups with disadvantaged characteristic...

April 2, 2019

“You shouldn’t tell that story to people. It makes you sound weak,” a guy I knew in law school said. I had just told him how, when I lived in Ukraine, I visited my friend Vanessa in central Ukraine. We got on a bus alone, with only ourselves and the two bus drivers, la...

March 20, 2019

Early in my legal career, I interviewed for an advocacy position. In one of the interviews, I was at lunch with an older male executive in the company, when suddenly it seemed like I was on a date. I couldn’t tell you what happened to change the atmosphere, but it was...

December 1, 2018

On November 13, 2018, this office filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of Oregon, in Eugene, on behalf of a nurse who was sexually harassed and assaulted by a resident while working in the Life Care Center of Coos Bay. A copy of the complaint is available he...

November 24, 2018

Yes folks, in the midst of Mercury in Retrograde, I decided to rebrand my business. Hilarious. Freedom Resource Center has been a great name, and it’s time to get more clear and take a new step forward. And deciding to do it right now has created all kinds of hijinks....

August 29, 2018

We need companies who are doing good in the world – whether they are creative, developing new systems and technologies, spiritual, or fighting for social justice. The sad reality is that I hear over and over from employees, “I was so excited when I got this job because...

July 20, 2018

A lot of us like to think of ourselves as Good Samaritans. We think that if we saw someone in true need, we would stop and help them. We have grown up on horror stories about inner cities where people get murdered and the neighbors don’t even call for help. We wouldn’t...

July 8, 2018

Joan recently defended her thesis and became a full professor. She told me she is an exceptional math teacher, and she has gotten rave reviews from her students. She has no doubt about her abilities to teach. She loves it. A colleague started pressuring her to have a r...

July 8, 2018

Julie was raised to be a tough girl. She could run a forklift better than any man in her workplace. She knew how to hunt, fish, and defend herself in a fight. She also loved a good mani-pedi – because being tough didn’t take away from being feminine.

Julie worked with a...

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