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The #MeToo Stories We're Not Hearing

WE SHOULD ALL KNOW ABOUT SARA KRUZAN. AND LAVERNE DEJOHNETTE.

This week Time magazine announced that its person of the year is actually a group of people: “the Silence Breakers” who have courageously outed the alleged sexual predation of powerful men like Harvey Weinstein and Roger Ailes. This is a sign of real progress. The hope is that this continuing national reckoning will lead to a culture in which women are able to flourish without shame or fear.

But if the cases of high-profile men in politics, media and Hollywood are the cases at which the conversation stops, we will have

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