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After Debate, Women’s Group Continues Demand for Bloomberg to Release Women from NDAs for Sexual Harassment and Workplace Abuse
UltraViolet Urges the DNC to Block Presidential Candidates with Active NDA’s for Sexual Harassment and Workplace Abuse from Debate Stage
UltraViolet calls on all presidential candidates to release people from nondisclosure agreements pertaining to sexual harassment and workplace abuse.
WASHINGTON - At last night’s Democratic presidential debate in Nevada, Sen. Elizabeth Warren led the charge demanding that Michael Bloomberg release women who alleged sexism and misogynistic behavior from non-disclosure agreements they signed with his company, and allow them to tell stories of their experiences in their own words. Bloomberg refused. Earlier in the day yesterday, The Nation published the Bloomberg campaign’s nondisclosure agreement that could prevent staffers from reporting workplace abuse and discrimination.
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