Slate, Huffington Post preview Feb. 20 'NOW' featuring E.J. Graff's research
Brandeis University's Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism and NOW, the PBS public affairs program, have teamed up to present a groundbreaking broadcast investigation of teen sexual harassment in the workplace. The show, "Teen Sexual Harassment at Work," will air on Friday, Feb. 20. (Check local PBS listings)
The program will showcase the reporting of E.J. Graff, the Schuster Institute’s associate director and senior researcher. According to Graff’s research, teenagers are in more danger from sexual predators at their part-time jobs than through the Internet. It’s a vastly underreported phenomenon, but young women and men have been stepping forward to tell their stories. Her investigation into the problem was first published in Good Housekeeping magazine in 2007.