PBS Journalist Liz Flock on Sexual Misconduct in the U.S. Forest Service
Published: March 16, 2018
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PBS NewsHour conducted an investigation into sexual harassment in the U.S. Forest Service, interviewing 34 women along the way. Reporter Liz Flock discusses with Living on Earth host Steve Curwood the culture of sexual harassment at the agency that the women she spoke with described.
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