Jo Swift blogs Paul Street about Deeper Racism in America.
Korean-American groups express sorrow, avoid guilt For Korean-Americans, the realization of a shared ethnicity with Virginia Tech gunman Seung-Hui Cho has left many trying to untangle a complex web of emotions. Shock that someone could commit such a horrific act of violence. Anguish for the victims. And the unfounded fear – common among virtually any […]
In corporate America, decisions are still made on behalf of money, not employees. Steve McLaughlin, the former president of Tools 4 Hire who has been accused of embezzling more than $1 million company funds has come under fire now. But what is worth mentioning is that he was being protected by the company since a […]
A Washington State University student paper elaborates on what comprises sexual harassment. Very timely and relevant. Brielle Schaeffer for The Daily Evergreen Recently, a friend of mine was telling me that a man she works with consistently tells her about his sexual exploits and fantasies in explicit detail. This is sexual harassment. On many levels, […]
Welcome back to your Womens Rights Blog– with a New Look!For your easy reference, all the past entries (2006 through March of 2007) have been archived here. Please continue to comment on the new blog contents, and stay tuned with this blog as we make progress in reporting back to you what is relevant in […]