Outrage over Andy Rubin's $90 million payout questioned company core values and diversity.
A recent New York Times report that said Google gave millions of dollars to some executives, like Andy Rubin ($90 million) in secret exit packages after they were accused of sexual misconduct.
The report sparked outrage among employees who organized via social media and yesterday walked out of offices around the world by the thousands.
Zurich, Dublin, Singapore, London and Hyderabad, India, and multiple U.S offices participated in the Google Walkout For Real Change.
Misogyny in full force.
Kevin Jackson, a Black Fox News contributor, was fired for his Twitter comments during the hearings about the women who accused Kavanaugh of assault and misconduct.
"#ChristineBlaseyFord academic problems came from her PROMISCUITY!" he wrote on Twitter during the Senate appearance. "Dang girl stop opening your legs and OPEN A BOOK!"
Black women keep watch and push forward as Ford's day in court proves to be a far cry from 1991.
For every woman of color who watched the hearing today, or has followed any of the drama up to this point, our backs are heavy.
Lawyer said of her client: "She believes, that but for his inebriation and his inability to take her clothes off, he would have raped her."
Christine Blasey Ford will relive trauma from more than 30 years ago as her alleged attacker, Brett Kavanaugh, sits through confirmation hearings, which could place him in a seat of power over law for a generation.
O'Reilly once again plays the role of the victim.
"Where else are you going to meet people in this business?" Smiley questioned in response to PBS's investigation.
Has the president lost his grip on reality? Or is he just a sexist, bigoted racist?
President Donald Trump has been keeping himself busy recently — and not just with playing golf. He denied bragging about grabbing women's genitalia, reposted anti-Muslim videos on Twitter, revived birther conspiracy theories against his predecessor Barack Obama, made derogatory comments about Native Americans and disregarded the fact that women have accused him of sexual misconduct.
Moore did not explain whether he was referring to landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965 or a more obscure SCOTUS ruling on school prayer.
In an effort to improve his tarred image, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore gave a speech Tuesday night at Walker Springs Road Baptist Church in Jackson, Ala. At least five women in the past week have accused Moore of sexual misconduct toward them when he was in his 30s and they were teenagers.
DeVos said, "It is the intention to revoke or rescind the previous guidance around this."
After days of speculation, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has formally announced that she plans to revoke the 2011 investigation process previously established by the Obama administration concerning sexual misconduct on school grounds.