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What changes now? WFAA‘s Bradley Blackburn visits Texas Wesleyan University and asks students, “what changes now?” in response to allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace across the nation.

Watch as Texas Wesleyan students Demi Dotson, Maricela Martinez, Karan Muns and Shaydi Paramore, and Darren White, associate vice president for marketing & communications, share their perspectives.

This segment aired during WFAA’s 6 p.m. news on Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017. 

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