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3009 Broadway

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Note this workshop has been postponed from March 4th to April 1st.

The Office of Equity plays a prominent role in addressing campus discrimination and harassment (e.g. Title IX and ADA). This session will address knowing your rights in the workplace in the absence of a Title IX Coordinator. Participants will engage in critical thinking about rights in the workplace, including paid and unpaid internships. Participants will learn how to identify unlawful interviewing practices and develop key strategies to address harassment or discrimination in the workplace. The session will include relevant case studies and will foster a practical discussion on how to assert agency in situations where participants may feel powerless and vulnerable.

Instructor: Molree Williams-Lendor

Molree Williams-Lendor is the Executive Director for Equity/Title IX Coordinator for Barnard College. Molree holds a J.D. from St. John’s University, an M.S.W. from Columbia University School of Social Work, and a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from Georgetown University. Prior to joining Barnard College, Molree practiced law in New York and Connecticut in the areas of medical malpractice defense, special education law and civil rights law including disability, race, and sex discrimination. Earlier in her career, Molree provided mental health counseling to individuals living with mental illness and worked with individuals and families impacted by sexual violence.

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