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Association Of Talent Agents Sets Training Program To Battle Sexual Harassment, Discrimination

Noting that talent agents can be "first responders" in matters involving the sexual harassment of their clients, the Association of Talent Agents today sent a notice to its members on the group's continuing efforts to "eliminate sexual harassment and discrimination in our industry." The notice, from ATA executive director Karen Stuart, says that "the ATA board believes we can play a unique
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