Refinery29: After The Time's Up Awards Season, Will Hollywood Actually Take Action? | Equal Rights Advocates
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Refinery29: After The Time’s Up Awards Season, Will Hollywood Actually Take Action?

March 9, 2018 | by

Refinery29 covered ERA-sponsored California legislation that will tackle sexual harassment. Executive Director Noreen Farrell was quoted:

Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson’s SB 224 will expand liability for sexual harassment to cover those in our industry who have positions of power and influence in hiring but are not the actual employers. Senator Connie Leyva’s bill, SB 820, will end the practice of forcing the courageous women and men who come forward to file a lawsuit against their harassers to accept silence about what happened to them as a condition of resolving their cases.” Noreen Farrell, Executive Director of Equal Rights Advocates, says that SB 224 has already gotten through its first couple of committee hearings and has yet to encounter any opposition.

Learn more about these and other bills here. 

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