Workplace Violence: More Women in Authority Does Not [Always] Equal Good [Feminist] Leadership


Miriam Sessa, Maria Humphries & Heather Came

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    Miriam Gioia Sessa is an Italian/English activist who has been committed to feminist and social justice activism since the age of 14 while living Rome. Her past and current involvements include empowerment workshops for women, self-defense training, domestic violence, and sexual violence prevention and intervention. She is currently involved in developing healthy organizational practices that support those on the front line of social services.

    Maria Humphries and Heather Came are researchers and co-authors committed to feminist and anti-racism work, expressed in various forms of scholarly and community activism.

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