#MeToo Has Done What the Law Could Not

#MeToo Has Done What the Law Could Not

By Catharine A. MacKinnon/ New York Times op-ed This mass mobilization against sexual abuse, through an unprecedented wave of speaking out in conventional and social media, is eroding the two biggest barriers to ending sexual harassment in law and in life: the...
Join the #NowWhat Campaign

Join the #NowWhat Campaign

Strong women have opened the floodgates for meaningful conversations about sexual misconduct in the workplace. Gender workplace issues such as sexual harassment and pay wage inequality need a stronger, more unified voice.​ The time is now…to speak up…to...
Healing the Scars of #MeToo

Healing the Scars of #MeToo

My resolution for 2018 is to build a community of women to take the #MeToo conversation forward. That’s why I’ve launched the #NowWhat campaign, a discussion to cultivate real change in women’s issues such as workplace misconduct, gender wage inequality,...
Hollywood Asks: #MeToo, Now What?

Hollywood Asks: #MeToo, Now What?

From E! Online PBS is taking a look at the #MeToo movement with a new five-part series, *#MeToo, Now What?* executive produced and hosted by **Zainab Salbi**. Announced by PBS at the 2018 TCA winter press tour, the half-hour series aims to go beyond the headlines...
Arianna Huffington on #MeToo, Women’s March

Arianna Huffington on #MeToo, Women’s March

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9y7goX1QCloLast year’s Women’s March [set the tone for 2017](https://www.cnbc.com/2017/01/20/womens-march-on-washington-goes-global.html “set the tone for 2017”). Motivated by the 2016 U.S. election, women around...
Men Too

Men Too

There has been so much press coverage about the sexual harassment of women in the last few months, and rightfully so, that we have maybe lost sight of the fathers out there with both daughters and sons. They do not want their daughters to grow up in an unsafe...