After over 30 years of using his power for sexual harassment, misconduct, and rape, Harvey Weinstein was finally ousted by breaking news which revealed dozens of his accuser’s stories to the public. But everyone in Hollywood has known what the major film producer has been up to all this years, and has enabled his behavior because of his power to make or break careers.
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Soon after these public revelations, social media’s #MeToo, which is actually ten years old, was revived as women across all demographics, disciplines, countries and cultures shared that they, too, have been subject to sexual harassment and abuse. Spirit explains the importance of this, and busts some of the misconceptions people might have about who “#MeToo” is really for. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive interview from “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show.”
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Spirit Explains Who The #MeToo Campaign Is Really For [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] was originally published on rickeysmileymorningshow.com