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Some women are loathed to tell their stories of sexual harassment or assault, Theresa Dear writes, for fear they'll hear: Why did she wait so long? [Read More]
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We are all learning from the #metoo social movement. The report accompanying Time's Person of the Year selection of "The Silence Breakers" is sobering and should be read as a call to action. Good e…... [Read More]
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Time magazine's "Person of the Year, 2017" is not a person, but a group of people: the "Silence Breakers."...... [Read More]
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Time magazine did not emboss the image of a single individual on the front cover of its 2017  "Person of the Year," edition. Instead,  the image of several women capturing the   essence of "The Silence Breakers" who are generating the …... [Read More]
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Time Magazine recently featured "The Silence Breakers" as its 2017 "Person of the Year," a nod to the countless women who have come forward with…... [Read More]
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Let's consider the news media's Person, Quote, Lie, Word and Error of 2017. See if you agree with these choices. For Person of the Year, Time magazine named "The Silence Breakers" - those who went public with their stories of being victims of sexual assault and harassment by powerful men in government, entertainment, journalism, sports and other fields. On Time's cover five women face the camera. They include actress Ashley Judd and singer Taylor Swift. Millions of others followed the example set by high-profile accusers and posted their own accounts of sexual aggression on Twitter, Instagram... [Read More]
It's a new year, and though we can glimpse 2018, its details remain a mystery and its outcome beyond our knowing. Last Dec. 31 few of us could have predicted Time magazine's 2017 choice for Person of the Year, the "silence breakers" who testified against sexual harassment and assault. Of course, according to the president, Time's editors called him in November to tell him he was "probably" getting the nod, but he "took a pass" because "probably" wasn't good enough. According to Time's editors, they have no idea what he's talking about and there's "not a... [Read More]
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