"Sexual harassment complaints shed light on widespread issue," Atlanta Journal Constitution

Date   Nov 4, 2017

Patricia Griffith was quoted in the Atlanta Journal Constitution article, "Sexual harassment complaints shed light on widespread issue."

To qualify as sexual harassment under the law, conduct must “rise to that level that somehow it’s materially impacting your ability to do your job,” in addition to being unwelcome and severe said Patricia.

On regional culture Patricia said, "From a Southern perspective, you could get the ‘I’m not going to cause waves, I’m going to be nice. I’m not going to say anything bad about anybody. I’m going to smile and not cause a controversy. I don’t know that that’s necessarily confined to the South. I do know that we have those kinds of people, and probably more than our fair share.”

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