the #MeToo movement empowered survivors to come forward and speak up about .Today's City Club forum at noon will build on the momentum with a discussion about the strides that have been made and the work still left to do. You can stream the talk live at the link above.
The #MeToo movement also brought forth conversations about equality, opportunity and representation in the workplace. Within the entertainment industry, that disparity continues. In the music world, only 9 percent of the nominees over the last six Grammy Awards were women. Even in the film realm, women accounted for only 7 percent of the directors of 2017's top 250 films.
To speak on these issues, Noelle Scaggs, lead singer of the Fitz & the Tantrums, will appear alongside Rock Hall assistant curator Meredith Rutledge-Borger and professor and author Gayle Wald. The panel is moderated by Lauren Onkey, senior director of NPR Music.The event takes place ahead of this year's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Cleveland on Saturday, April 14.
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