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  • Jessica Melnik: On a Mission
    Learning Life: High school junior Jessica Melnik has led a coalition to try to get a curriculum into Minnesota schools to build awareness about the sex trafficking issue.
  • Sexual Harassment at the Capitol
    About 18 years ago, Pat Helmberger was forced out of the workplace she loved: the Minnesota State Capitol, where she'd worked in various roles for 12 years. Her male boss sexually harassed her. His actions weren’t invisible, but may as well have been — others knew, sometimes even witnessed, what was happening, yet looked away.
  • Making the Invisible Visible: Immigrant Laborers
    Sexual harassment, wage theft, worker safety, and fair working conditions are a few of the areas CTUL makes more visible through direct action (protests), negotiation with employers, organizing around class-action lawsuits and partnerships with other organizations.
  • Making the Invisible Visible: Sex Trafficking Victims
    What happens to a young woman after she has been the victim of sex trafficking? What resources are, and are not, available to help her heal?
  • Terms and definitions of abusive behavior compiled by contributor Andrea Morisette Grazzini
  • The 2018 Super Bowl Anti-Sex Trafficking Committee in Minnesota is serious about the responsibility of being a host city for the February 4 event.
  • The legal fight against hostile work environments is far from over
    OnYourMind: Jean Boler revisits the landmark case of the Eveleth Mines


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