Bullying, Sexual harassment, Non-disclosure agreement, Abuse, Sex crimes, Human sexual behavior

Weinstein Is Convicted. Where Does #MeToo Go From Here?

On Feb 27, 2020
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RT @jodikantor: New: Harvey Weinstein is guilty. Melinda Gates has opened her wallet. From Kobe to Bloomberg, we're still debating #MeToo every day. So what specific goals should the movement aim for-- what is the #MeToo version of the Civil Rights Act or gay marriage? https://t.co/zKInIJoRti
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Prominent #MeToo voices, emboldened by a verdict many thought impossible, are grappling with how the movement can unite behind a concrete set of policy goals.

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On Feb 27, 2020
@nytimes shared
RT @jodikantor: New: Harvey Weinstein is guilty. Melinda Gates has opened her wallet. From Kobe to Bloomberg, we're still debating #MeToo every day. So what specific goals should the movement aim for-- what is the #MeToo version of the Civil Rights Act or gay marriage? https://t.co/zKInIJoRti
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Weinstein Is Convicted. Where Does #MeToo Go From Here?

Prominent #MeToo voices, emboldened by a verdict many thought impossible, are grappling with how the movement can unite behind a concrete set of policy goals.

The Problem With HR

For 30 years, we’ve trusted human-resources departments to prevent and address workplace sexual harassment. How’s that working out?

Amid NBC Scandal, Ex-Fox Staffers Demand to Be Released From NDAs

At least six former employees, including Gretchen Carlson, are calling on the network to follow NBC’s lead and let them speak up about misconduct at Fox News.

Gretchen Carlson wants release from Fox News non-disclosure agreement

Former anchor who got a reported $20m settlement of sexual harassment claim reacts to news NBC may tear up NDAs

Person of the Year 2017

The phrase was first used more than a decade ago by social activist Tarana Burke as part of her work building solidarity among young survivors of harassment and assault. Wood, joined by ...