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PBS NEWSHOUR

The power of women speaking out about sexual harassment

  • Aired: 11/10/2017
  • 13:27
  • Rating: NR
Women are breaking their silence about sexual harassment, with news breaking daily about celebrities and public figures. When will it be safe for women across the workforce to speak out? Judy Woodruff gets perspectives from attorney Lynne Bernabei, Jocelyn Frye of Center for American Progress and Lin Farley, author of "Sexual Shakedown" and Megan Twohey of The New York Times.
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Will the recent wave of high-profile sexual harassment stories bring about change in U.S.?
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