Emma Watson will being Marai Larasi, the executive director of the UK-based black-feminist network organisation Imkaan, as well as being the co-chair of the End Violence Against Women Coalition. "A lot of women say they've been sexually harassed but didn't do anything about it because it was never as bad as when they were young women working in restaurants", she says.
Time's Up, an initiative announced on January 1, is backed by hundreds of women in film, TV and theater, including many Hollywood A-listers - from "Broad City" star Abbi Jacobson to Passaic native Zoe Saldana - and has raised more than $15 million for a legal defense fund to support victims of sexual harassment and assault. Sarandon will be bringing along Rosa Clemente, who has campaigned for voter engagement among youth of color, third party politics, United States political prisoners, the rights of Puerto Rico to become an independent nation, and media justice.
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A joint statement released by the activist guests reads: "Too much of the recent press attention has been focused on perpetrators and does not adequately address the systematic nature of violence including the importance of race, ethnicity and economic status in sexual violence and other forms of violence against women".
Emma Watson keeps close to pal and activist Marai Larsai at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday (January 7) in Beverly Hills, Calif. Each of us will be highlighting legislative, community-level and interpersonal solutions that strengthen protections against sexual violence in our communities.
"People are aware now of a power imbalance, and it's something that leads to abuse". It is a righting of a wrong.
"It's been a long time coming and we're here and it's exciting", Ruffalo said in the video. "It's time for us to make a difference, and everyone can make a difference and reach out and learn more at TimesUpNow.com", added Dern. This year, several actors brought activists as their guests, handing the microphone over when interviewers asked them about their decision to wear black. "I'm with it", DuVernay said. "We want equality to be there".