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Efforts to thoroughly vet allegations of sexual misconduct and inappropriate relationships among NAHJ officials, mentors and students unraveled over the course of a year-long probe as investigators struggled to confirm facts and reach those involved, The Latino Reporter has found.
For the past two years, students and mentors in NAHJ programs have been required to sign a two-page contract barring fraternization after allegations of sexual misconduct were raised ahead of the 2018 national conference.
A year-long probe into sexual misconduct claims dating back to 2010 ended days before the National Hispanic Journalists Association annual conference. No disciplinary action was taken. Findings will be released within a month, NAHJ said.