Harassment-Discrimination Resources

  • Speak Out - Working Mother Magazine (February/March 2017)
  • The Unfinished Agenda: Women and the Legal Profession - Pages 7, 10, 19, and 29 outline issues of sexual harassment for women lawyers (2001 Commission publication).

  • Women Employed - Fact sheet explaining what sexual harassment is, how it is defined by law, and what you can do if you are sexually harassed

  • Equal Rights Advocates outlines their current work and has a report on workplace sexual harassment over the last 50 years with policy recommendations.

  • AAUW - This page offers basic information about sexual harassment and guidelines for next steps if you believe you may be experiencing sexual harassment at work.

  • Workplace Fairness - Provides links to information in Q&A format on the following topics: sexual harassment - legal rights, sexual harassment - practical tips, racial harassment, bullying bosses, intentional infliction of emotional distress, filing a harassment claim, employer policies, fraud, defamation, false imprisonment, assault and battery, negligence, and domestic violence and the workplace

  • Women Work (Pennsylvania) - Provides links to legal resources on the following topics: sexual harassment in the workplace, wage discrimination, gender discrimination, unsafe working conditions, your rights as a worker, and "other concerns"

  • Feminist Majority Foundation - General information fact sheet on sexual harassment

  • National Center for Transgender Equality - Fact sheet on employment discrimination and transgender people

  • Law Help CA - Legal information, resources, and links on job discrimination and harassment

  • Ms. JD Library: Sexual Harassment - Ms. JD's library with resources relating to sexual harassment

  • Marchuk v. Faruqi & Faruqi  - High-profile sexual Harassment case in New York alleging sexual harassment by a law partner against a first-year associate

  • National Center for Transgender Equality - Outline of rights and procedures that transgender employees have to address discrimination

  • EEOC and the Enforcement Protections for LGBT Workers - A "what you should know" page documenting the EEOC's efforts on behalf of LGBT individuals

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