Survivors and advocates told VICE News they’ve failed to see Time’s Up, a cornerstone of the #MeToo movement, live up to its lofty promises.
One of the group’s top members is accused of silencing a woman who’s trying to report sexual harassment. Her “sisters” are standing by her.
Jenna Ries spent more than a year dealing with sexual advances from a manager at McDonald’s, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
The organization announced on Friday that its CEO, Lisa Borders, had resigned her post after sexual misconduct allegations against her son emerged on Facebook.
“I’ve been in rooms where I hear people talk about needing more people of color and not knowing where to look. If you just turn around and ask me, I could roll off forty, fifty names."
Mindy Kaling as a plant worker. Awkwafina grappling with loss. Alfre Woodard as tormented prison warden. These five films had everyone talking at Sundance.
Hollywood's heavy hitters are pledging to work with more female directors, using their collective power to push for greater diversity in film.
Eyeball emojis for days.
The Time's Up Legal Defense Fund raised $22 million in the last year for victims of sexual assault and workplace harassment who can't afford legal assistance.
VICE host Isobel Yeung discusses her special HBO report "Consent."
McDonald's workers in 10 cities walked out of work on Tuesday, calling on the fast-food franchise to take workplace harassment more seriously.
Walkouts are organized in 10 cities in the U.S.