Rose Marie: What Happened When I Publicly Shamed My Harasser

December 29, 2017

“I started in this business when I was 3,” writes Rose Marie in The Hollywood Reporter. “From the beginning, I was co-starring or headlining with the major male and female acts of the day, and all of them treated me wonderfully … with one exception […]

McAlevey: What #MeToo Can Teach the Labor Movement

December 27, 2017

“My first #MeToo memory is from the kitchen of the Red Eagle Diner on Route 59 in Rockland County, New York,” writes Jane McAlevey in In These Times. “I was 16 years old, had moved out of my home, and was financially on my own. The senior […]

Can Anita Hill Fix Hollywood’s Harassment Problem?

December 21, 2017

As a powerhouse producer for Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy has set her sights on perhaps the most pernicious industry villain of all: sexual misconduct and abuse. She is spear-heading the creation of an anti-harassment commission […]

Hayak: Harvey Weinstein is My Monster Too

December 13, 2017

“Harvey Weinstein was a passionate cinephile, a risk taker, a patron of talent in film, a loving father and a monster,” writes Salma Hayak in The New York Times. “For years, he was my monster. This fall, I was approached by reporters, through […]

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