Harvey Weinstein

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Tarana Burke Remembers One Year Since #MeToo Went Viral

Monday marks the year anniversary of actress Alyssa Milano asking survivors to coalesce around the rallying cry "me too," a movement first started by Tarana Burke.
Marie Solis
2 days ago
#metoo

Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Charge Dismissed by Manhattan Judge

On Thursday, a judge dropped a charge of sexual assault against Harvey Weinstein from Lucia Evans, one of three women involved in the New York case against the movie mogul.
Marie Solis
10.11.18
#metoo

When Believing Women Isn't Enough to Help Them

"Believe women" became the #MeToo movement's rallying cry, but some say simply believing women may not be enough to accomplish the transformative change feminists imagine.
Marie Solis
10.9.18
#metoo

#MeToo, a Movement Reliant on Reporting, Reveals the Limits of Journalism

Because of legal obligations, writing—and reading—journalism about #MeToo means suspending belief in people who come forward about sexual assault.
Sadie Graham
10.5.18
#metoo

#MeToo Anniversary: Women Around the World Speak on Its Impact

As the movement marks its first year of existence, we asked women how things have changed—or not—in their respective countries.
Broadly Staff
10.5.18
New York politics

Andrew Cuomo Received $25,000 Donation From Harvey Weinstein's Law Firm

The New York governor accepted the hefty donation at the same time he temporarily halted a probe into the handling of a 2015 case about Weinstein's alleged misconduct.
Marie Solis
8.29.18
sexual assault

Rose McGowan Releases Letter to Asia Argento After Sexual Assault Allegations

"Be the person you wish Harvey could have been," McGowan tells Argento.
Amy Rose Spiegel
8.27.18
#metoo

Asia Argento's Accuser Came Forward Because of #MeToo Movement She Helped Inspire

Actor Jimmy Bennett brought sexual assault allegations against Asia Argento after seeing her speak out against Harvey Weinstein last year.
Marie Solis
8.20.18
#metoo

What You Should Know About the New Charges Against Harvey Weinstein

If he is convicted, he could face up to life in prison.
Kimberly Lawson
7.9.18
Culture

The Women in Hollywood Ready to Take Abuse to the Supreme Court

Industry insiders want to use the Civil Rights Act to stop sexual harassment and tackle discrimination against women. Director Maria Giese explains how it would work.
Leila Hawkins
5.1.18
sexual assault

The Universe's Birthday Gift to Harvey Weinstein: Overdue Consequences

Last night, news broke that the New York attorney general is investigating the way the DA's office handled allegations against Weinstein in 2015—and his namesake company will be releasing former employees from their strict non-disclosure agreements.
Kimberly Lawson
3.20.18
sexual assault

Time's Up Wants to Know Why the NYC Case Against Harvey Weinstein Went Nowhere

The NYPD reportedly had one of Weinstein's accusers go into hiding because they feared the Manhattan DA would try to discredit her. Time's Up is asking Gov. Cuomo to launch a full investigation into what happened.
Kimberly Lawson
3.19.18