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No Day at the Beach for Chicago Lifeguards Who Faced Sexual Harassment
No Day at the Beach for Chicago Lifeguards Who Faced Sexual Harassment

The Chicago Park District has vowed to “ root out and destroy ” a widespread tolerance for sexual harassment, sexual assault, and gender violence among the District’s lifeguard staff. Michael Kelly, the superintendent of the Chicago Park District, resigned October 9, 2021 ...

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