The 75th Golden Globe Awardswas the first major Hollywood award show since over eighty women spoke out about producer Harvey Weinstein’s predatory sexual behavior. In the months leading up to the Golden Globes, more survivors of sexual harassment and abuse came forward to share their stories. It was necessary for the Hollywood Foreign Press to acknowledge this powerful and important cultural shift, and a number of celebrities used the evening to support gender equality and survivors of harassment and violence.
Building from the #MeToo movement, women in Hollywood developed “Time’s Up”, a coordinated effort to take actionable steps against sexual harassment and abuse, including the creation of ...
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