CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 07, 1983
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(Studio) Extent of sexual harassment on college campuses reported illustrated by recent incidents at Harvard and San Jose State.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Ann Arbor, Michigan) University of Michigan's program Tell Someone aimed at exposing and eliminating sexual harassment on campus examined; videotape used in program shown. [Tell Someone coordinator Susan KAUFMANN - notes learning and working is impossible when sexually harassed.] Association of American Colleges' assessment of extent of sexual harassment in United States outlined. [Association spokesperson Bernice SANDLER - feels teacher should be intellectual role model, not sexual intimidator.] [VICTIM - recalls experience in exposing his harasser.] [SANDLER - describes extreme measures taken by some harassment victims.] Findings of recent Harvard study on issue outlined on screen. [VICTIM - notes harassment is additional burden for student.] [KAUFMANN - comments on number employees terminated and suspended.]
REPORTER: Meredith Vieira
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