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Does #MeToo Include Me?

Black women have played prominent roles in responding to sexual harassment, yet their experiences are regularly relegated to the sidelines, de-legitimized, and dismissed. This panel explores the relationship between #MeToo and race—or the lack thereof. It will unpack the intersectional failures and asymmetries that allow for the ‘canceling’ of men like Weinstein, whose victims are white, alongside the condoning of men like R. Kelly, whose victims are black.


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