sexual harassment

Michigan Capitol Building
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The Michigan Senate spent $269,000 to investigate and settle sexual harassment complaints against one or more senators more than a decade ago.

Michigan Capitol Building
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The Michigan Legislature is mandating more frequent sexual harassment training amid the national reckoning with sexual misconduct.

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Michigan gubernatorial candidate Gretchen Whitmer is calling on Attorney General Bill Schuette to launch an independent investigation into Michigan State University’s handling of the Larry Nassar case. 

 


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The state department of Civil Rights wants you to know that it is a resource for filing sexual harassment claims. Director Dr. Agustin Arbulu spoke on "Morning Edition with Brooke Allen" on Thursday.  


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Wed. Dec. 6 at 6pm on 90.5FM WKAR Radio | Over the past year, sexual harassment remained in the news, with accusations at Fox News, lawsuits and the resignations of prominent TV personalities. 

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With the public learning of new cases of sexual harassment and assault coming to light, WKAR's Brooke Allen talked with Christina DeJong, Ph.D. She is an associate professor at Michigan State University's College of Social Science School of Criminal Justice. 

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A former deputy chief of staff for Rep. John Conyers says the veteran lawmaker made unwanted sexual advances toward her, including inappropriate touching. 

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A law firm hired to review Michigan State University's Title IX program found it complies with federal legal requirements but can be improved.

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A Michigan lawmaker on Tuesday placed a top aide on administrative leave pending the results of an investigation into sexual harassment allegations by former female aides.

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Dr. Christina DeJong, MSU associate professor in the school of criminal justice explained part of the reasons the #MeToo postings on social media went viral this week. She talked with WKAR's Brooke Allen during "Morning Edition" on October 18.