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In the news: Week of Nov 10 – Nov 17

November 17, 2017

Grad Student Says Princeton Prof Who Sexually Harassed Her Was Given Slap On The Wrist, Huffington Post | November 10, 2017 

#MeAt14 Reminds Internet 14-Year-Olds Are Innocent, Immature, Unable To Consent, NPR | November 11, 2017 

SNL’s most relevant new character: a fed-up HR rep fielding constant sexual harassment, Vox | November 12, 2017 

Sparked by #MeToo campaign, sexual assault survivors rally and march in Hollywood, LA Times | November 12, 2017 

Gal Gadot won’t star in the Wonder Woman sequel until Warner Bros. dumps Brett Ratner, Vox | November 13, 2017 

Aly Raisman Opens Up About Sexual Abuse by USA Gymnastics Doctor Larry Nassar, TIME | November 13, 2017

After Weinstein, Hollywood launches anti-sexual-harassment hotline, Washington Post | November 13, 2017 

France may set minimum legal age for sexual consent, PBS | November 13, 2017

NYC Transport Replaces ‘Ladies And Gentlemen’ With Gender-Neutral Announcements, Huffington Post | November 13, 2017 

8 Ways For Leadership To Support Victims of Sexual Harassment in The Workplace, INC. | November 14, 2017

Women share graphic sexual harassment stories on Capitol Hill as Congress considers changes, LA Times | November 14, 2017

Terry Crews Speaks Out About Sexual Assault, Names Alleged Attacker, Huffpost | November 15, 2017 

Kevin Spacey Has Been Accused Of 20 Instances of Inappropriate Behaviour While At The Old Vic, Buzzfeed | November 16, 2017 

Photo shows smiling Sen. Al Franken groping news anchor, Mashable  | November 16, 2017

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