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Opinion | #MeToo is more than a Hollywood problem. It needs more than a Hollywood fix.

October 7, 2019 | 8:52 PM GMT
Decades before the #MeToo movement was born, local organizers were fighting for women's workplace rights. Their unrecognized organizing efforts laid the foundation for a national reckoning, says Monica Ramirez, the president and founder of Justice for Migrant Women and the gender justice campaigns director for the National Domestic Workers Alliance.