At 9:00 tonight, Minnesota Public Radio will broadcast the new American Radio Works documentary, "No Place for a Woman." It's the story of a landmark legal battle which changed workplaces in America. It established that companies have a legal responsibility to protect employees from sexual harassment. The case is the basis for the new Warner Brothers movie, "North Country," scheduled for release next month. The movie was partially filmed on the Iron Range, and many residents of the Range will appear as extras. Sally Mayasich stood in line all day to try out for a part. She wasn't picked, but she says she wanted to help make the movie as realistic as possible. Mayasich grew up on the Iron Range. She's a freelance writer who's working on a historical novel about the area. Her experience working in a taconite mine helps her understand what makes the Range unique. She took Minnesota Public Radio's Stephanie Hemphill on a tour of her home town, to try to explain the Iron Range character.