This year, I became one of the many women who leave their jobs because of sexual harassment. I always knew it was something that happened; I just didn't think it would happen to me. I’m not alone; reports have found that 60% of women say they experience "unwanted sexual attention, sexual coercion, sexually crude conduct,… Continue reading When Work Becomes a War Zone
This post was originally created by Sydney Phillips last fall for Critical Social Justice: Rise and was posted to the Critical Social Justice blog. The Monument Quilt display was sadly rained out for CSJ, but we're excited to host it this April for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. We're sharing the old post with some additional details for… Continue reading What You Need to Know About The Monument Quilt
The following is a guest post from UMBC alumna Juliette Seymour, MCS and GWST '14, who was both inspired and incensed by the recent "Me Too" campaign. Although this widespread social media initiative has shed light on the pervasiveness of sexual violence and assault in our communities, Juliette writes about follow-through and next steps. Content… Continue reading Me too. And now what?