W​omen Have Rights T​oo!

     Years after marches for equal rights for women, regardless race and status, we are still plagued by horrible injustices. 


      After flipping through the pages of Ms. Dawson’s book, I had to put down the Michelle Obama book to read this heartfelt story that I most definitely could identify with. For I too have experienced sex harassment in the DMV Federal Government arena. I too have had to stand up and fight for my rights as a woman. It’s time for women to link arms and stand together. Stop letting them divide and conquer us! Mrs. McKie (emphasis added)

   Author's note: Yes, it happens to so many of us no matter our age, race, and status. It takes courage, strength, and maturity to share our stories, but we must forgive their ignorance, bullying, egotism, and forgive ourselves. Learning to forgive them is one of my favorite sections in my book.  

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STOP Sexual Harassment In The Federal Government!

The statistics surrounding workplace violence against women are staggering. It is the responsibility of the employer to protect its employees. There are several steps that should be taken to help women. 

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Don’t Resign…Don’t Give Up!

Don't let the offender have the power over your life. We are taking strides for better federal laws prohibiting employers from firing women who have been a victim of domestic violence, sexual harassment in the workplace, and stalking. Thus, we require  employers to make reasonable efforts to really protect.  

Regardless of profession, all women are at far higher risk of sexual harassment than their male counterparts. Violent men track down their girlfriends, wives, estranged wives, ex-wives, or female subordinates at work and after work with murderous intent. Homicide is a leading cause of work-related death for women, second only to roadway incidents.  

Encourage Reporting and Make Reasonable Changes

The HR Daily Advisor suggests that victims must feel comfortable telling their employer about violent partners, sexual harassment, sexual assaults, and stalking as this allows accommodating and places high alert from any warning signs about this behavior. 

It’s important to make your employee more difficult to find. This can be done by changing the worker’s number, relocating their desk or classroom, or moving them to a different work location (for example, a different office) and adjusting their work schedule. 

Secure the Workplace

It can be difficult to restrict access to some workplaces, but this should be done to the extent possible. 

Security and the police should be immediately notified.  

Special precautions may be needed while the victim is arriving at and departing from the workplace.

Source: The HR Daily Advisor 

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Public Servant/Published Author/Speaker  

Stronger laws are desperately needed against sexual harassment in the workforce

Don’t Resign is built upon my life experience. Unlike others, I was able to survive the tyranny of being purged from public services in federal government, by the grace of God.

As a Christian, I always make sure to give glory to God. He used this situation as a platform to reach out to Congress and say how desperately we need to change the laws particularly, the way that women are treated regarding sexual harassment in the federal government.”


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