Zócalo Public Square founder engaged in discriminatory and inappropriate conduct, investigation finds

Los Angeles Times

An investigation has concluded that Gregory Rodriguez, founder of Zócalo Public Square, engaged in discriminatory and inappropriate behavior, a report says. …

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