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Ellen Pao's Trial Stood for Many Earning Far Less

Friday, April 3, 2015

Her case involved a venture capital firm, but the issues it dredges up are hugely applicable to many women who are just scraping by and don't even dare to bring such harassment complaints on their own behalf.

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