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This HBO Exec Endured Harassment as a Woman in the Film Industry. But Now, ‘Women Are Not Alone Anymore’

Sheila Nevins, the president of HBO Documentary Films, has been the target of sexual harassment like innumerable professional women across all industries. But with a groundswell of voices declaring #MeToo, Nevins sees hope for young women to escape the same treatment. She joins Judy Woodruff to speak out about her experience.
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2018; 2017
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Tom Hanks on Hollywood’s Tipping Point Over Sexual Misconduct

What do the Harvey Weinstein allegations reveal about power and gender in Hollywood? When Tom Hanks recently sat down with Jeffrey Brown for a conversation about his first collection of short stories, the legendary actor also discussed whether Weinstein's behavior was an open secret in Hollywood.
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2018; 2017
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The Founder of #MeToo Doesn't Want Us to Forget Victims of Color

Millions of people have shared personal stories of sexual assault and harassment using the hashtag #MeToo. Now the woman behind the original Me Too campaign, created more than a decade ago, wants to make sure marginalized voices aren't lost in the conversation. Tarana Burke, the founder of the movement, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the viral explosion of her message and what comes next.
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2018; 2017
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Low-Wage Immigrant Workers Are Especially Vulnerable to Sexual Abuse. How Can They Say #MeToo?

Every day, about 50 people are sexually assaulted or raped in the workplace in the U.S. While the entertainment industry and the political world have been in the headlines, the problem extends to those who work in hotels, clean offices, serve food. Judy Woodruff talks to Bernice Yeung of Reveal, from the Center for Investigative Reporting and Alejandra Valles of SEIU United Service Workers West.
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2018; 2017
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Former ABC Journalist Says Mark Halperin Allegations Reflect Harmful Female Objectification in TV News

Numerous women have come forward to allege that political journalist and author Mark Halperin harassed them while he was at ABC. One of those journalists, Lara Setrakian, now the executive editor of News Deeply, joins Judy Woodruff for an exclusive interview.
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2018; 2017
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As Survivors Say #MeToo, What Will It Take to Stop Widespread Sexual Harassment?

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.
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2018; 2017
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Anita Hill on the Thomas Hearings, 25 Years Later: ‘I Would Do It Again’

Twenty-five years ago, Anita Hill testified about sexual harassment from then-nominee Clarence Thomas. Now a new HBO film dramatizes the high-profile political battle that captured the nation’s attention and changed Supreme Court confirmation hearings. Hill joins Gwen Ifill to look back at the case, her experience and how it would have been different today.
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2018; 2016
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Women Are Speaking Up About Sexual Harassment. Is a Sea Change Coming?

Women are breaking their silence about sexual harassment, with news breaking daily about celebrities and public figures. When will it be safe for women across the workforce to speak out? Judy Woodruff gets perspectives from attorney Lynne Bernabei, Jocelyn Frye of Center for American Progress and Lin Farley, author of Sexual Shakedown and Megan Twohey of The New York Times.
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2018; 2017