Interview with Suja A. Thomas, co-author, Unequal: How America's Courts Undermine Discrimination Law
The recent spate of revelations about high-profile sexual predators who have been harassing and assaulting women, sometimes for decades, along with the #MeToo campaign, have drawn renewed attention to the pernicious problem of discrimination in the workplace. We speak about these issues with Suja Thomas, whose new book, with co-author Sandra Sperino, shows us how (male) judges have invented an entire body of jurisprudence to justify dismissing sexual harassment cases before they can even get to juries. Join us for this timely and provocative discussion about Unequal: How American Courts Undermine Discrimination Law (Oxford University Press, 2017).
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Amherst College Press
Stephen Pimpare interviewing Suja A. Thomas, co-author, Unequal: How America's Courts Undermine Discrimination Law, Oxford University Press (November 6, 2017) (http://bit.ly/2m0z8V1)