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Our schools and our workplaces should, of course, be free of sexual harassment. Under federal law, employers and schools can be held financially liable for harassment that is so sufficiently severe or pervasive that it alters the conditions of the workplace or prevents members of one sex from equally accessing any aspect of an educational program. It is important to remember that a stray remark, an occasional joke, or an academic discussion about sex or gender do not, by themselves, constitute unlawful harassment. Moreover, public employers and schools are prohibited by the First Amendment’s guarantee of free expression from punishing controversial speech simply because some members of the community may find it offensive.
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Carrie Lukas

Harassment

#Winning: Women Now Outnumber Men in Payroll Jobs

Patrice Onwuka | Blog
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Fearing Wrath of Trans Community, New York Public Library Cancels “Evening with Cancelled Women”

Charlotte Hays | Blog
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Hadley Heath Manning

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Charlotte Hays

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The Peloton Bike Outrage Needs to be Directed at the Mutilation of Girls, Women

Patrice Onwuka | Blog
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New PragerU Video: “How Big Government Hurts Women”

Carrie Lukas | Our Work
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Women Thriving in Franchise World

Charlotte Hays | Blog
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Paid Leave: Is Government Making it Better or Worse?

Beverly Hallberg & Carrie Lukas | Our Work
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Video: Help Workers Prepare for Leave Time

Staff | Our Work
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More Evidence that Traditional Paid Leave Programs Aren’t All They’re Cracked Up to Be

Kristin Shapiro | Our Work
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Oh Baby! Elizabeth Warren May Have Played Victim

Patrice Onwuka | Blog

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