Women’s Rights in the Workplace A weekly conversation about workplace discrimination and the state of labor and employment law with Women’s Rights in the Workplace lawyer Jack Tuckner and his guests.

August 19, 2014  

Corporations are now people (with religious freedom, no less), women, not so much.  Join Jack & Deborah as the interview Alaina LaTourette, Vice President and Co-Chair of We Are Woman, a national advocacy group of individual community members and volunteer agencies whose collective vision is to drive positive change to protect the rights of women and families, to contribute to reversing anti-woman legislation throughout the United States, and ratify the ERA.  Their exciting discussion ranges from the recent abomination known as corporate personhood, a fiction created by the corrupt majority Supreme Court, to the fact that after 91 years of effort, women are still not officially protected as equal to men (and corporations) under the US Constitution, and hear Alaina define what true reproductive justice would look like if all women’s reproductive health and rights were honored and supported.  And don’t miss the Constitution Day Rally and Day of Action in Washington, DC on September 12 & 13, 2014.  Please join us.


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