#MeToo

Julia Conley, staff writer
The Supreme Court Justice's confirmation hearings left Americans fearful for women's rights and safety and left many men less likely to believe a woman's allegations of assault
Jon Queally, staff writer
Former vice president, said head women's advocacy group, "needs to own and...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
VAWA rally
A new provision in the legislation, which still needs Senate approval, would...

Further

One year ago, 300 high-profile actresses partnered with activists to launch Time's Up, a movement to fight systemic sexual harassment in every workplace with the tagline, "No more silence. No more waiting. No more tolerance..." It has now raised over $22 million for its legal defense fund and helped almost 4,000 people fight sexual discrimination. For New Year's, they released a powerful, celebratory video. 2018, they declare, "was just the beginning."