The Movement
Podcast |
Because of Anita
Media Type |
audio
Categories Via RSS |
History
Society & Culture
Publication Date |
Oct 14, 2021
Episode Duration |
00:46:18
The 1991 Thomas hearings felt like a catalyst for change: Harassment reports spiked. “The Year of the Woman” brought women to Congress. And...then what happened? In our final episode, hosts Dr. Salamishah Tillet and Cindi Leive hold our courts, newsrooms and culture up to the light to see how much progress we’ve actually made on issues like harassment and assault. These are stories that’ll change how you think: Tarana Burke, ‘me.too’ founder, discusses what we owe survivors; legal advocate Fatima Goss Graves assesses some startling holes in the law; and journalist Irin Carmon, who reported on Charlie Rose’s sexual abuse, asks why we still value men’s reputations more than women’s real lives. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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