When President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act into law in 1964, America would not suddenly become the land of opportunity for everyone, but it would never be same again. "The Civil Rights Act: Living the Legacy" features insightful interviews with Minnesota's leaders including Governor Mark Dayton, Civil Rights Leader Dr. Josie Johnson, Macalester College Professor Emeritus of History El-Kati, Community Organizer Nathaniel Khaliq, and Freedom Rider Claire O'Connor. Produced the Minnesota Department of Human Rights and CTV North Suburbs.
Sexual harassment has been illegal under state and federal law for decades, yet charges of sexual harassment continue to increase, costing employers millions in settlements and lost productivity. Why don't we know better?