The Fund for Investigative Journalism

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  • U.S. Park Service struggles to protect workers from sexual misconduct

    Lyndsey Gilpin interviewed more than 50 people — from park rangers and scientists, to superintendents and a former Park Service director — forĀ her piece in High Country News looking into sexual harassment within the National Park Service. Her reporting, Gilpin said, revealed an agency that failed to protect workers from sexual misconduct, partly because of the agency’s culture of machismo, retaliation and a confusing process for reporting and handling complaints.

    [Reporting sponsored by theĀ Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation.]

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