A Michigan bill to mandate teaching affirmative consent, or "yes means yes" policy, as the standard during sex education at public schools is unlikely to budge in the Republican-controlled Legislature before the summer recess.

But as topics of sexual misconduct and abusive men have grown with the rise of the (hash)MeToo movement, supporters remain optimistic that the idea will gain traction in future legislative sessions.


January 16th at 10 o’clock, only on WGVU Public Television, FRONTLINE presents Rape on the Night Shift. As the #MeToo conversation spreads beyond the worlds of Hollywood, media and politics, Rape on the Night Shift reveals sexual abuse of female immigrant janitors. WGVU spoke with its producer.

“You can be in the middle of the city in the middle of the night and nobody knows where you are except for your supervisor who has all the keys and knows where all the cameras are.”

Andres Cediel is a producer for FRONTLINE and the investigative reporting program at U.C. Berkeley.


The #MeToo movement sparking a national dialogue about sexual abuse of women has lead to FRONTLINE updating its 2015 documentary "Rape on the Night Shift."

WGVU talks with Andres Cediel who is a producer for FRONTLINE and with the investigative reporting program at U.C. Berkeley about sexual abuse of janitor immigrant women.