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After Weinstein and #MeToo: Now what?

By France24
27 December 2017   |   12:44 pm
How do we change mindsets? “The Hollywood casting couch” is nothing new, and Harvey Weinstein isn’t the first movie mogul to allegedly exploit vulnerable actors or actresses in exchange for work.

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