Roll Call
Approval of Agenda
Approval of Minutes

Report on LSB evaluations

MOTION regarding Sexual Harassment Training

Whereas in 2007 KPFK had to pay
close to $500,000 in legal and other expenses due to one specific sexual harassment lawsuit,

And Whereas other
discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuits have cost the Pacifica Foundation large sums of money in the

And Whereas it is the law in California that sexual harassment training needs to be done every 2 years by
supervisory personnel and within 6 months for any supervisory person newly hired,

And Whereas almost every staff
member, both paid and unpaid, has some supervisory responsibilities,

Be it Resolved that all staff at KPFK
(both paid and unpaid) complete online sexual harassment training within 2 months if they have not completed such
training in the last 2 years.

Below is a quote from the California Dept. of Fair Employment and

Employers with 50 or more
employees must provide at least two hours of classroom or other effective interactive training and education regarding
sexual harassment to all supervisory employees who are employed as of July 1, 2005, and to all new supervisory employees
within six months of assuming a supervisory position. There after, covered employers must provide sexual harassment
training and education to each supervisory employee once every two years.
Submitted by Grace

Interpretation of the meaning to the bylaws regarding resignation as a delegate-George
Article 4,
Section 9

Any delegate shall be removed from the position of Delegate, and cease to be a Delegate, upon the
occurrence of any of the following: (A) said Delegate's death or resignation; (B) upon the occurrence of a disqualifying
act, e.g. the appointment to an elected political office; (C) failure of a Delegate to attend three consecutive Local
Station Board meetings, which absences have not been excused by a majority vote of the LSB members present at the
meetings in question;

Adjourn: 10:30 ET