Sejal Singh

Sejal Singh is a columnist at Feministing, where she writes about educational equity, labor, and reproductive justice. Sejal is a Policy and Advocacy Coordinator for Know Your IX, a national campaign to end gender-based violence in schools, where she has led several state and federal campaigns for student survivors' civil rights. In the past, Sejal led LGBT rights campaigns for the Center for American Progress. Today, she is a student at Harvard Law School and a frequent speaker on LGBTQ rights and civil rights in schools.

Posts Written by Sejal

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The Legal Loophole Big Companies Use to Cover Up Sexual Harassment

Uber whistleblower Susan Fowler exposed systemic sexual harassment, retaliation, and discrimination at the $70 billion tech giant — but because of an obscure clause written into the small print of her contract, she’ll never have the chance to take the company to court.

Uber whistleblower Susan Fowler exposed systemic sexual harassment, retaliation, and discrimination at the $70 billion tech giant — but because of an obscure clause written into the small print of her contract, she’ll ...

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How Unions Can Help End Academia’s Gender Inequalities

Harvard graduate students are voting on whether to unionize this week. If they win, they’ll join a growing trend of graduate students unionizing to fight stagnant wages, stingy health plans — and longstanding gender imbalances in academia.

Harvard graduate students are voting on whether to unionize this week. If they win, they’ll join a growing trend of graduate students unionizing to fight stagnant wages, stingy health plans ...

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Happy Birthday, Dana!

Happy Birthday, Dana! Dana Bolger is a Senior Editor here at Feministing, a student at Yale Law School, and the co-founder of Know Your IX, a national campaign empowering students to end sexual violence.

Happy Birthday, Dana! Dana Bolger is a Senior Editor here at Feministing, a student at Yale Law School, and the co-founder of Know Your IX, a ...

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Victory for West Virginia Teachers: Six Key Takeaways

Editor’s note: This post was co-authored by Sejal Singh and Meg Sri.

West Virginia teachers came to win! After a massive nine-day teacher-strike which closed schools across every county in West Virginia, teachers this week secured a five percent raise and a hold on skyrocketing healthcare costs. Now, the West Virginia teachers are inspiring working women across the country — and proving that progressive organizing and collective action, not milquetoast centrism or reactionary racism, is the way to win in so-called Trump Country.

Editor’s note: This post was co-authored by Sejal Singh and Meg Sri.

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Georgia Bill Would Allow Adoption Agencies to Turn LGBTQ People Away

The Georgia state legislature is considering a bill that would allow adoption agencies to turn LGBTQ couples away. That’s how much they hate us: they’d rather leave kids in foster care then let them be in our loving homes.

The Georgia state legislature is considering a bill that would allow adoption agencies to turn LGBTQ couples away. That’s how much they hate us: they’d rather leave kids in foster ...

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