Time’s Up, the gender-equality initiative founded in the wake of the #MeToo movement, has selected former Women’s National Basketball Association President Lisa Borders as the organization’s first president and CEO.
A Swatara Township, Pa. fire company is suspended because members were using racial slurs.
A popular Harlem restaurant has been hit with a $6 million lawsuit alleging multiple instances of sexual harassment.
Another day, another accusation of racism against New York City’s Fire Department. In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court in Brooklyn, N.Y., a black Muslim firefighter says he was punished by the department for speaking out about the harassment he says he endured for 12 years over his race and his religion.
There is no question that navigating the world as a woman of color is a unique experience. The combination of sexism and racism we face as we move through our individual lives, including in the workplace, can also result in us being wary and on edge in a way that impacts our health and even our ability to succeed.
I can only blame myself. I shouldn’t have such a high bar for the content of conversations I overhear in a busy food court, particularly in the section immediately adjacent to Panda Express. But alas, I still have the Obama hopey-changey bug, so I ate my orange chicken bowl and smiled warmly at the two suited men who…
Late last year, Megyn Kelly’s show finally seemed to find its groove with audiences once the #MeToo movement gathered steam. Following the case of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged decadeslong pattern of sexual abuse—and the numerous allegations against other powerful men in other C-suites in other industries—Kelly’s show…
Ann Curry says that her NBC colleagues knew—or, at the very least, ought to have known—that former anchor Matt Lauer was part of a “climate of ... harassment” that existed at the show, according to an interview with CBS This Morning.
A New York City woman is alleging that she was the target of a vile prank by her former boss—a retaliative move, she says, for spurning a co-worker’s sexual advances days earlier.
Investment banking behemoth Morgan Stanley fired former Democratic Tennessee Rep. Harold Ford Jr. on Thursday for what it called “conduct inconsistent with our values” in the latest case of a high-profile man to lose his livelihood for allegedly acting terribly with women in a professional setting.