#MeToo, Now What?March. 02,2018
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Executive editor and host Zainab Salbi goes beyond the headlines about sexual harassment to ask how we got here and how we move forward.
Seasons & Episode
Women have broken their silence and the world is finally listening. Host Zainab Salbi and guests Angela Rye, CNN commentator and NPR political analyst; Ijeoma Oluo, editor-at-large for The Establishment; and Nadine Strossen, the first woman to ever lead the ACLU; take our private conversations public.
In an exclusive interview with Caroline, who many years ago was horribly groped by Devin Faraci, an influential film critic who committed the act, we explore how each experienced the assault and came to grips with it afterwards.
Has the #MeToo movement gone too far? Find out why some progressive and conservative men think it has, while others are calling for men to step-up and reexamine the cultural meaning of masculinity and manhood.
See how mainstream cultural norms in media, gaming and pornography have created an overtly sexualized and objectified image of women and examine this impact on social norms and the behavior of men and women.
Examine the structures that created #MeToo. The panel exposes hidden cultural biases as related to patriarchy, equal pay, corporate culture, leadership, legal reforms and individual behavior and considers what¹s necessary for transformative change.