The Collective Power of #MeToo

@article{Jaffe2018TheCP,
  title={The Collective Power of \#MeToo},
  author={Sarah Jaffe},
  journal={Dissent},
  year={2018},
  volume={65},
  pages={80 - 87}
}
Abstract:When the New York Times ran a story about Harvey last year, no one knew what it would start. Now, it feels like a sea change in feminism has come, from a rippling of anger that spread from woman to woman for a thousand reasons that are at once individual and ubiquitous. While #MeToo feels spontaneous, the present moment is built on the work of longtime organizers. Organizing starts with people talking about the conditions of their lives, realizing that they are common, and that they… Expand
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