Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, left, and Grand Canyon National Park Superintendent Chris Lehnertz address National Park Service employees Friday, Oct. 13, 2017, at Grand Canyon National Park, Ariz. A survey of Park Service employees found nearly two in five have experienced some sort of harassment or discrimination in the workplace.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, left, and Grand Canyon National Park Superintendent Chris Lehnertz address National Park Service employees Friday, Oct. 13, 2017, at Grand Canyon National Park, Ariz. A survey of Park Service employees found nearly two in five have experienced some sort of harassment or discrimination in the workplace. Felicia Fonseca AP Photo
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, left, and Grand Canyon National Park Superintendent Chris Lehnertz address National Park Service employees Friday, Oct. 13, 2017, at Grand Canyon National Park, Ariz. A survey of Park Service employees found nearly two in five have experienced some sort of harassment or discrimination in the workplace. Felicia Fonseca AP Photo

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