The #MeToo movement has sparked a nationwide conversation on sexual harassment in the workplace and it seems that nearly every day, a new powerful person in Hollywood, the halls of Congress or in corporate America is added to the list of men accused of sexual harassment or assault. The New York Times has played a critical role in uncovering some of the most widely kept secrets, starting with breaking the Harvey Weinstein story. What social forces over time led us here — and what lies ahead for 2018? Will the movement leave a lasting mark or will the backlash against it take over? And what does all of this mean for women journalists? What practical strategies can we use to fight gender inequality in our own newsrooms — and what is our role in continuing to cover gender issues and the #MeToo movement in our institutions?
Join the Newswomen's Club for an evening of networking and discussion with the New York Times first-ever Gender Editor, Jessica Bennett, and Jezebel’s newly appointed Editor-in-Chief, Koa Beck, in conversation with Meredith Mandell, Vice President of Events for the Newswomen’s Club of New York.
This event will take place at the
New York Times
620 8th Avenue (15th Floor)
March 14 at 6:30 p.m.
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Space will be on a first-come basis and spots are limited