Thinking Ahead about Freedom of Speech and Hostile Work Environment Harassment

@article{Volokh1996ThinkingAA,
  title={Thinking Ahead about Freedom of Speech and Hostile Work Environment Harassment},
  author={E. Volokh},
  journal={Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law},
  year={1996},
  volume={17},
  pages={305}
}
  • E. Volokh
  • Published 1996
  • Psychology
  • Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law
Artist Maxine Henderson's painting, shown on the opposite page, was hanging in the City Hall of Murfreesboro, Tennessee.' An employee who saw the painting filed a sexual harassment complaint, saying the painting created a hostile environment: "I personally find 'art' in any form whether it be a painting, a Greek statue or a picture out of Playboy which displays genitals, buttocks, and/or nipples of the human body, to be pornographic and, in this instance, very offensive and degrading to me as a… Expand
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