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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
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
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
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
Oscars
Oscars

Weinstein Accusers Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino Discuss Time's Up at the Oscars

"We're going forward until we have an equitable and safe world for women.”
Leila Ettachfini
3.5.18
sexual harassment
sexual harassment

'I Will Kill Your Family': Lawsuit Details New Harvey Weinstein Abuse Claims

New York prosecutors are suing the Weinstein Company after a four-month investigation revealed allegations that he had viciously bullied and sexually harassed his own employees.
Zing Tsjeng
2.12.18
You Know Who Rules?
You Know Who Rules?

The Psychology Professor Who Came Forward with Her Harvey Weinstein Story

Tomi-Ann Roberts tells Broadly that after an interaction with Harvey Weinstein, she walked away from the film industry to research the sexual objectification of women and girls.
Kirsten Akens
12.31.17
sexual harassment
sexual harassment

The Site Tracking Sexual Misconduct Allegations Linked to Every Movie

With a film industry rife with sexual predators, it's nearly impossible to keep track of all the allegations. The site Rotten Apples has changed that.
Leila Ettachfini
12.19.17
Film
Film

'Frida' Is a Testament to Salma Hayek's Talent and Tenacity

After the "Frida" star and producer detailed Harvey Weinstein's abusive behavior during production in a recent op-ed, we revisit the film she completed against all odds.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
12.18.17
Op-Ed
Op-Ed

Garbage 'Apologies' From Men in Power Prove They Don't Understand Consent

Statements from men accused of sexual misconduct have largely sidestepped the allegations against them, using shrouded​ language to divert attention and willfully misconstrue definitions of harassment and assault.
Allie Volpe
11.22.17
sexual harassment
sexual harassment

'Is This Our Watershed Moment?'

As the sexual misconduct allegations against high profile men—from Kevin Spacey to Louis C.K. to Harvey Weinstein—continue to mount, advocates for survivors ask if this snowballing momentum of accusations will finally create a cultural shift.
Kimberly Lawson
11.9.17
Film
Film

It's Time to Rewatch 'Grindhouse,' Rose McGowan's 'F-U' to Harvey Weinstein

Ten years after "Planet Terror," director Robert Rodriguez revealed he'd cast Rose McGowan in the Weinstein-produced film after learning about the producer's efforts to blacklist her. The subversive double-feature truly stands the test of time.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
11.5.17