pregnancy discrimination

The MSNBC host has his own history of sexist remarks and at least one sexual harassment complaint.
The senator from Massachusetts went after the former New York mayor during the Democratic presidential debate in Charleston, South Carolina.
Recently pregnant professionals share the comments that raised questions about their capabilities on the job.
Yes, this sort of discrimination happened in the 1970s, when Elizabeth Warren was a teacher. But it still happens today.
In the wake of scrutiny over the presidential candidate's own story of losing her job, the senator urged other women to come forward. So they did.
Eryon Luke, a certified nursing assistant from Louisiana, was fired from her job in 2012 after becoming pregnant with twins. Today, her legal case may determine how other pregnant and breastfeeding women are treated in the workplace.
Women in all 50 states and the District of Columbia filed charges of pregnancy discrimination, and the 10 jurisdictions with
Here's the stark reality today: As is so often the case, women of color are disproportionately affected because they are
Today is the eighth and final Labor Day the country will celebrate with Barack Obama as its president. As we pay tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of our nation, it's well worth taking a moment to appreciate this president's deep and enduring commitment to equal opportunity for women in the workplace and the impact it has had.
All that is positive, of course, but progress is still the exception rather than the rule. And that's costing our families