Handling of Steve Kirby situation was 'horrifying' says advocate
Air Date: Sep 18, 2017 6:28 PM CT
A women's rights advocate says she is outraged that former U of M jazz professor Steve Kirby was able to retire in June and then get a new job teaching at a college in Boston, even though an internal investigation found his conduct at the University of Manitoba constituted sexual harassment.
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