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Sexual Harassment / Mitsubishi / Public Relations #166279

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 11, 1996
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Ron Claiborne) The issue of sexual harassment at the American Mitsubishi auto plants and the company's reaction to the workers' lawsuit examined; details given of today's protests against the company. [Jesse JACKSON - calls for a boycott.] [NOW Patricia IRELAND, Mitsubishi sales company Kim CUSTER, Mitsubishi Motor Company Gary SCHULTZ, former worker Sandra RUSHING - comment on aspects of the harassment issue.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Annapolis, Maryland: Deborah Weiner) The resulting public relations problems for Mitsubishi from the sexual harassment charges examined. [Automotive consultant Susan JACOBS, Mitsubishi dealer Sid ZIMBERG - say impressions are being made by the harassment lawsuit.] The need for "crisis management" in handling such public relations explained; examples cited. [Public relations consultant Tom BUCKMASTER - analyzes Mitsubishi's approach.]

Brown, Aaron;
Claiborne, Ron;
Weiner, Deborah

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