Time's Up

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Lisa Borders Plans to Take Time's Up to the Next Level

The former head of the WNBA talks about her new role as the Time’s Up initiative’s president and CEO.

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Time's Up on Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh

Christine Blasey Ford says the Trump nominee sexually assaulted her. The Time’s Up movement says the judge should not be appointed to the highest court in the land.

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Time's Up's Women of Color Amplify Calls to #MuteRKelly

“We demand appropriate investigations and inquiries into the allegations of R. Kelly’s abuse made by women of color and their families for over two decades now.”

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Tarana Burke, Ai-Jen Poo, Saru Jayaraman and Other Activists On Why They Appeared at the Golden Globes

“We believe that women of color, and women who have faced generations of exclusion—Black, Brown and Asian women, farmworkers and domestic workers, disabled women, undocumented, and queer and trans women—should be at the center of our solutions.”

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Oprah Winfrey's Speech, Time's Up Solidarity Rule at 75th Golden Globes

Messages of change and equity loomed large at the first major entertainment awards show after the rise of #MeToo.

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Women in Entertainment Industry Say 'Time's Up' for Workplace Sexual Assault

Nearly 300 women in entertainment launched a new coalition to demand equity and an end to sexual violence.