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TIME’S UP™ is an organization that insists on safe, fair & dignified work for women of all kinds.
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Business Insider Jul 16
I've worked in TV news for more than three decades, only to be pushed aside now that I’m a 61-year-old woman. That's why I'm filing a discrimination lawsuit against NY1, writes (via )
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Space programs were built for male bodies. Here’s how NASA can make sure women succeed on the moon and beyond.
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Domestic Workers 16h
Over 100 domestic workers shared their stories of harassment and sexual assault but also of organizing and sisterhood with over 40 members of Congress in pursuit of the national .
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We can’t talk about sexual harassment without talking about retaliation. If you experience retaliation for speaking out about sexual assault, harassment or abuse on the job, can help.
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Women's Media Center Jul 17
When it comes to earning power, female YouTube stars have the same “glass ceiling” problem as their counterparts in traditional TV — and this problem seems to have gotten worse for women over the years. New on WMC:
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“40% of female fast-food workers experience unwanted sexual behavior on the job.”
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Latino Entertainment Journalists Association Jul 17
Latino Entertainment Journalists Association Opens for New Members, Launches TV Division, Announces Awards Calendar
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Domestic Workers Jul 17
The paves the way for wins for: ➡️Freelancers ➡️Interns ➡️Temporary workers ➡️Independent contractors ➡️Workers who drive our economy but are vulnerable under current labor laws
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TIME'S UP Jul 17
As the cannabis industry grows more profitable, women are being edged out of positions of power.
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TIME'S UP Jul 17
Ursula von der Leyen is officially the first woman president of the EU Commission.
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Filminist Pod Jul 17
Who here is a woman or non-binary person working in film or TV in some capacity? Introduce yourself and what you do (or want to do)! *Bonus points if you share one of your goals! 🍿❤️
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TIME'S UP Jul 17
Former attorney and Miss USA is using her platform to discuss sexism in the workplace and offer advice for working women. ( X )
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Domestic Workers Jul 16
Pass a for Lara who was fired without notice because she asked for Easter Sunday off.
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TIME'S UP Jul 17
Great news: Today the NY was signed into law! “100,000 farmworkers will have better lives. Their families will have better lives. They will finally have the same protections that other workers have had for 80 years.”
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Equality League Jul 17
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TIME'S UP Jul 16
Great read on Eleanor Holmes Norton’s civil rights legacy -- including how she sued Newsweek magazine in 1970 (and won!) on behalf of women who weren’t being given credit or adequate pay for their reporting work.
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TIME'S UP Jul 16
Replying to @mer__edith @Google
Retaliation is unacceptable in any company or industry. Instead of trying to silence leaders like who spoke out for change, should fully address the toxic workplace culture that led workers around the world to walk out last November.
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TIME'S UP Jul 16
Thank you, , for refusing to be silent. Your bravery helped to bring together a global community of workers who raised their voices to say harassment and discrimination at will not be tolerated.
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TIME'S UP Jul 16
Everyone deserves access to quality, affordable child care. We need solutions to America’s outrageous child care costs.
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TIME'S UP Jul 16
Today we're honoring Ida B. Wells, born on this day, who tirelessly pursued life-threatening work to battle lynching in the South as both a pioneering journalist and civil rights leader. Learn more about her life here:
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