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In the last year, the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have helped give a strong voice and support to those who've suffered sexual assault, harassment and bullying in workplaces at the hands of (usually white) men in power. Related: Is 'That' Sexual Harassment? How to Tell, Using 'Cooper's 6 Levels.' Last October, the "silence breakers" were recognized as Time magazine's "Person of the Year."   And just this week, 141 "sister survivors" stood on stage, representing more than 330 sexually abused gymnasts, after receiving the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs. Workplace trauma like sexual assaults, harassment and bullyings occur far too frequently in... [Read More]