Where does #MeToo go from here? Women are ‘on fire’ with rage as Kavanaugh joins Supreme Court

“I hope that it is deep enough that it is forming a strong, cohesive movement among people that will resonate through this country and change the culture.”

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Thousands of women protested outside the U.S. Capitol and across the country on Saturday as Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court, just hours after the Senate voted to confirm him. “I hope that it is deep enough that it is forming a strong, cohesive movement among people that will resonate through this country and change the culture,” says Medea Benjamin, co-founder of CodePink, who joined the protests. We also speak with longtime feminist activist and writer Soraya Chemaly, author of the new book, “Rage Becomes Her: The Power of Women’s Anger.” She says conservatives’ biggest fear since the “Me Too” movement is that women are telling the truth. “And if women are telling the truth,” Chemaly notes, “then it’s not just an indictment of a few bad apples, but an indictment of the entire system.”

Guests

  • Medea Benjamin

    co-founder of CodePink.
  • Soraya Chemaly

    author of Rage Becomes Her: The Power of Women’s Anger, director of the Women’s Media Center Speech Project and organizer of the Safety and Free Speech Coalition.

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