Two-Thirds of Hollywood Workers See Little or No Accountability for Sexual Offenders, Anita Hill-Led Survey Finds

Credit: The Wrap- Published on September 29, 2020
Three years after the birth of the #MeToo movement, a majority of workers in Hollywood – nearly two-thirds – still do not believe that powerful sexual harassers and offenders will be held accountable for their actions, according to the initial survey results from the Anita Hill-led Hollywood Commission.

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