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Workplace Justice

Nov 17, 2021

Muslim employees are highly visible targets of discrimination. 

They continue to endure the issues and problems in the workplace that their religion, race, and national origin seem to generate which is fueled by sensational media attention on issues on terrorism.

The Muslim American community is a diverse community. A...

Jun 28, 2021

In the 1990s and early 2000s, a flurry of high-profile lawsuits against financial firms put the issue of sexual harassment front and center.

In this episode, we talk to our special guest, Susan Antilla, who had front-row seat to those legal battles, including the class-action lawsuit filed against Wall Street’s Smith...

May 31, 2021

Working moms have it tough.

It's never easy being a mom trying to juggle a full-time job with family life. 

Now more moms than ever are in the workforce, and they turn to each other for support.

This week’s episode is all about the challenges that career moms face when returning to work.

Jenny Elliot, the host of...

May 17, 2021

Women’s labor force participation has grown significantly over the last few decades, working longer hours and pursuing higher education in greater numbers. 

But despite this progress, the impacts of gender injustice persists. 

Today’s realities have helped fuel vibrant new leaders and movements forging...

May 3, 2021

As workers struggle to combine work and families, discrimination based on their caregiver status becomes an added burden.

Although caregiver discrimination is particularly damaging to women because of gendered norms and expectations, men are equally affected as well.

Were you ever discriminated against, because you have...