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An investigation into how the Park Service is failing its female workers




Death Valley National Park
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The National Park Service is the federal agency tasked with protecting America's beloved public lands.

This year, the Park Service celebrated its 100th birthday, but celebrations were marred by disturbing charges that the agency failed to keep its own workers safe. 

Female employees of the parks, monuments and historic sites say they've been sexually harassed and bullied, and NPS has failed to stop it. 

Over the last year, High Country News editorial fellow Lyndsey Gilpin has been investigating these charges. She joined Take Two to discuss her latest reporting.

To listen to the full interview, click on the blue media player above.