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Aug 5, 2019

California Puts Law Designed to Protect Child Actors from Sexual Harassment on Hold

By |August 5th, 2019|Sexual Harassment|0 Comments

A recent law designed to protect child actors by providing sexual harassment prevention training is being delayed. Deadline reports that, according to the California Labor Commissioner’s office, the reason for the delay is that the two vendors contracted to provide the necessary training materials weren’t getting the job done. One vendor, according to Deadline, was [...]

Jul 29, 2019

California Revamping Its System for Tracking Sexual Harassment Complaints and Cases

By |July 29th, 2019|Sexual Harassment|0 Comments

At the climax of the Me Too movement, governmental leaders in California were unable to answer the most basic questions about the pervasive sexual harassment complaints swirling through state government agencies. The reason is that in 2012, the state shut down its system for tracking harassment and discrimination allegations. (The justification for this involved the [...]

Jul 22, 2019

California’s Child Sex Abuse Bill Scrapped for Now Amidst Significant Opposition

By |July 22nd, 2019|Child Sex Abuse|0 Comments

A bill in California that would have forced Catholic priests to infringe upon their religious obligation to keep confessions sealed has been removed by its sponsor one day before debate was scheduled on the legislation. California Senate Bill 360 was taken off the July 9th legislative agenda involving a meeting of the Public Safety Committee. [...]

Jul 16, 2019

Is Time Finally Up for Repeat Child Sex Offender Jeffrey Epstein?

By |July 16th, 2019|Child Sex Abuse|0 Comments

The last few years have been filled with stories of powerful men finally getting their comeuppance for years of abuse, harassment, and sexual assault. Survivors have taken down some of Hollywood’s most outrageous repeat offenders, and changed the national conversation about consent, rape, and bodily autonomy. Jeffrey Epstein could be the latest to finally come [...]

Jun 24, 2019

After #MeToo: Sexual Harassment Rates in California Higher than National Average

By |June 24th, 2019|Sexual Harassment|0 Comments

A recently released report revealed some interesting statistics in the wake of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movement – that more Californians experience sexual harassment than anyone else in the country. The report states that sexual harassment and assault cases in our state are 5% higher for women, and 10% higher for men (especially gay or [...]

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