Adamson v Minneapolis PL – 2000 – librarians sue for sexual harassment

SUMMARY: Adamson v. Minneapolis Public Library is a legal complaint by a dozen librarians against their library’s management after years of harassment and threats by porn viewing patrons, including children and involving illegal material, allowed and encouraged by management in the name of “privacy,” the “First Amendment,” and in opposition to “censorship.”  The case ultimately settled for the library’s insurance cap of $435,000.

Adamson v. Minneapolis Public Library

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