The National Workplace Bullying Coalition Third Annual Conference October 19, 2017,

August 2nd, 2017

During National Bullying Awareness Month

University of Chicago:
Studying Lists of Last Names Reveal Hiring Practices in Higher Education

July 24th, 2017

Patterns show demographic shifts, unethical policies

Protected: The Realpolitik of Race in the Department of Film and Media Studies, Hunter College City University of New York – Part 1

July 14th, 2017

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Protected: Hunter College Threatens Disciplinary Action Against Journalism Professor Because of His Exposés About Academic Corruption – Part 2

July 13th, 2017

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Filipina Nurse/Educator Laura Garcia: BULLYING SHOULD STOP IN YOU

July 3rd, 2017

By Marivir R. Montebon
Editor, OSM!

New York City – It may take some more time for the Healthy Workplace bill to pass in the empire state in order for victims of bullying to gain leverage due to political snags. But to stop bullying in workplaces, legal remedies could come secondary to education and individual consciousness. A nurse clinician had said that dealing with bullying has to start with the individual and those victimized to take responsibility of calling out their bullies.

The bullying culture in America has become an epidemic, said a report of the Fortune Magazine, and asked employers to take notice. On the legislative side, a petition for a Healthy Workplace bill was passed around the social media for petition* before the NY assembly and senate upon the initiation of Hunter assistant professor for film and media studies Gregg Morris. It has been seven years since the bill had been cooked up and legislators up in Albany needed more time and effort to pass it into law.

*Editor’s Note: The bill before the NYS legislature is being revised.

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Protected: The Burgeoning Media 386 Scandal Keeps on Keeping On

June 29th, 2017

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A Communiqué Sent to Colleagues at the Fête for He-Who-Was-@-The-Reins

June 24th, 2017

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The First Amendment and What It Means for Free Speech Online

June 23rd, 2017

By Sam Cook
comparitech.com

Our article  on the First Amendment and what it means for free speech online, sheds light on what is and what is not guaranteed by the First Amendment in relation to online freedom of speech, file sharing, and anonymity online.

The internet as we know it is nearly 30 years old. Sure, the web is a bit more complicated — and more intricately connected — than it was 30 years ago, but it’s no less of a modern Wild West today than it was in the 90s (although you may need to dig deep into the darknet to experience the real gun-slinging). The freedoms and anonymity  we enjoy online are, however, constantly under scrutiny, by both governments and businesses alike.

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