Home > As Survivors Say #MeToo, What Will It Take To Stop Widespread Sexual Harassment?
The hashtag went viral after the Harvey Weinstein story broke. Lisa Senecal shares her experience. Melissa Silverstein discusses the culture of silence and fear in Hollywood. Sexual harassment occurs in all industries.
Senecal states women are not obligated to come forward and that sexual harassment is not specific to women. Silverstein, Fatima Gross Graves, and Senecal reflect on what is necessary for change.
Prof. Leigh Gilmore discusses why women have not been believed or taken seriously when claiming sexual harassment. Graves considers whether society is at a watershed point. Experts discuss the role of men.
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In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein story, the hashtag #MeToo has inspired millions of women to share stories of harassment in the workplace and culture. Judy Woodruff explores what’s driving the movement with Fatima Goss Graves of the National Women’s Law Center, Melissa Silverstein of Women and Hollywood, Lisa Senecal of Vermont Commission on Women and Leigh Gilmore of Wellesley College.
Length: 15 minutes
Copyright date: ©2017
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