Grady community voices concern about sexual harassment and assault

When a bracket ranking female junior girls was posted on social media, many members of the Grady community quickly expressed their outrage, claiming this incident was symptomatic of a broader culture at Grady. In a series of stories, The Southerner spoke to many different community stakeholder groups to further understand the prevalence and implications of sexual harassment and assault.

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