Today on MORNING BLEND:
We have an eye-opening discussion on why sexual harassment continues to be so contentious and misunderstood in The Bahamas and in the world. Donna Nicolls of The Crisis Centre defines the problem and discusses the ongoing challenges in getting both men and women to understand the acceptable boundaries.
And “In The News”, listeners react to the fingerprinting of foreign teachers at a NP high school; the Teachers Union claims these teachers were put on a bus yesterday and taken to the Central Detective Unit, and fingerprinted at a cost of $100 per teacher. The Department of Education says it’s just investigating and vetting all expatriate teachers whose contracts have expired.
Also, Prime Minister Perry Christie’s latest comments on BTC. And more reaction to the PM’s regrets about the gambling referendum.
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