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She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement | Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey
From the Pulitzer-prize winning reporters who broke the news of Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment and abuse for the New York Times, Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, the thrilling untold story of their investigation and its consequences for the #MeToo movement On October 5, 2017, the New York Times published an article by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey--and then the world changed. For months Kantor and Twohey had been having confidential discussions with top actresses, former Weinstein employees and other sources, learning of disturbing long-buried allegations, some of which had been covered up by onerous legal settlements. The journalists meticulously picked their way through a web of decades-old secret payouts and nondisclosure agreements, pressed some of the most famous women in the world--and some unknown ones--to risk going on the record, and faced down Weinstein, his team of high-priced defenders, and even his private investigators. But nothing could have prepared them for what followed the publication of their Weinstein story. Within days, a veritable Pandora's Box of sexual harassment and abuse was opened, and women who had suffered in silence for generations began coming forward, trusting that the world would understand their stories. Over the next twelve months, hundreds of men from every walk of life and industry would be outed for mistreating their colleagues. But did too much change--or not enough? Those questions plunged the two journalists into a new phase of reporting and some of their most startling findings yet. With superlative detail, insight, and journalistic expertise, Kantor and Twohey take us for the first time into the very heart of this social shift, reliving in real-time what it took to get the story and giving an up-close portrait of the forces that hindered and spurred change. They describe the surprising journeys of those who spoke up--for the sake of other women, for future generations, and for themselves--and so changed us all.
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rsteve388
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So @SamAnne and I are talking about getting a group of people together to talk about the tagged book. So many of us are reading it and I'd love to talk to you all about.

So anyone interested? Slack? FB Messenger? Comment below!

Update: we are gonna do this in January so you have time to read this book. But please let us know which method works for you to talk about this!

Scochrane26 I am interested in discussing it but haven‘t gotten to read it yet. Thanks for waiting until January. 5d
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SamAnne
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4 stars. Two stellar reporters recounting how they exposed the details of Weinstein‘s crimes. Also covers their reporting on Trump and Kavanaigh. She Said and Farrow‘s Catch and Kill make great back-to-back reads. Each focuses on different aspects and characters. Farrow‘s reads like an espionage novel in parts. She Said gives voice to a greater diversity of women and reflects the arduous work great journalism requires. #NFNov @rsteve388 @Clwojick

Theaelizabet This was a terrific read. Hope to get to Farrow‘s soon. 5d
rsteve388 God this was so good. I want to get a group of everyone who has read this and talk in depth about this book. It fucking rocked me. 5d
Clwojick 6 pt. 5d
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SamAnne @rsteve388 Agreed. None of my friends or in-person book club buddies have read it yet. 5d
SamAnne @rsteve388 Agreed. None of my friends or in-person book club buddies have read it yet. 5d
rsteve388 How do we set it up?.slack? FB messenger? Ideas? 5d
SamAnne @rsteve388 Slack would probably work the best although perhaps Litsy folks are more familiar with Messenger? I've begun using Slack for my job and like the platform. 5d
rsteve388 Same for my job! Love slack 5d
SamAnne @rsteve388 I would help organize. Maybe after #NFNov when maybe more folks have read it. Early December? Or January post festive season! 5d
rsteve388 January is perfect! Let's do it in January. Bit overwhelmed right now actually. Lol. 5d
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Samplergal
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Update for #NFNovember. Tagged book. Tough topic.

Clwojick Doing great! 1 pt. 5d
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Samplergal
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Oh my! The best book I‘ve hated to read this year. It brought up ( again) all that I endured 40 years ago, and how far we need to go. 15🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟#nfnovember

Clwojick 6 pt. 5d
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SamAnne
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A gripping must-read book that can‘t provide me with pithy “who knew?” Or “fun fact!” Litsy comments to gain me points for #NFNov. Because it it stellar reporting on the crap nearly every woman has dealt with in life, in school, on jobs. It‘s not new news, just well reported confirmation of what many of us have endured. @rsteve388 @Clwojick

SamAnne And yes, I wanted a glass of wine after a 2 hour listen. I‘m listening to this right after finishing Ronan Farrow‘s Catch and Kill. The books are so complementary. I like that She Said makes the point that as bad as these actresses had it, less privileged women working menial jobs have it much worse. And while many women have been inspired by the #metoo movement, many women are still in no-win situations and have little recourse. (edited) 7d
Hooked_on_books Sounds very validating 7d
SamAnne And gosh, I love middle-age. Now I can grab a beer or cocktail at a bar--with my book!!!. I'm not in my 20s, 30s anymore and I'm not getting hit up. Except by other bibliophiles LOL. AM always up for a conversation about books and literature though! 7d
Clwojick stacked. 5d
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Samplergal
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This is really quite wonderful! Well researched and written, these two reporters have done a great job of exposing this cretin. I only have to put it down on occasion. #nrNovember.

Bookish_B I found the lengths that creep went to to keep everyone from talking unbelievable and disgusting. I‘m reading Catch and Kill now by Ronan Farrow and it is also really good. 1w
Samplergal @Bookish_B He is disgusting. I started the audiobook of Catch and Kill and had to return it. I have it on my Kindle to finish by reading. Both books are@exceedingly well written and disgusting at the same time. Important books. #JournalistsRock 1w
Clwojick 1 pt 7d
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Pickpick

Yes yes yes, read this. Succinct, smart, I don‘t have to say much more here.

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Samplergal
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Next up. Hope I can finish before it‘s due back at the library! #nfnovember #metoo

TheBookAddict 🤞🏽 hope you make it! 1w
Clwojick 1 pt. 7d
Samplergal @TheBookAddict Made it with two days to spare! 6d
TheBookAddict 🙌🏽 🥳 6d
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rsteve388
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This book was Fucking UNREAl! It was profound and phenomenal it its ability to price the whole story together about how the research and investigation occured for the Weinstein story to be brought to light.

If you read one book this year make it this book.

keepingupwiththepenguins YES!!! 10/10 agree!!! I keep thrusting it into people's hands. 2w
Come-read-with-me @rsteve388 ✊🏻YES YES YES!!!!! 2w
4thhouseontheleft I hadn‘t heard of this book until I saw it on the list of GR choice award nominees. I definitely want to read it. (edited) 2w
rsteve388 It's wild. Especially if you followed the new story as it happened it shines a whole new light on what went down. Like .. damn 2w
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rsteve388
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Points have been counted!!

I signed up for Winter Games today. Very excited for that.

I am gonna buy the first gift card tommorow!

I love reading what you all are learning! So cool

I am gonna finish the tagged book tonight!

#NFNov

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SamAnne
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Learning about the complicity of women in silencing other women assaulted by Weinstein and other powerful men, and how they stayed silent on what theyknew. Hillary Clinton was informed of Weinstein‘s behavior but continued using him as a Hollywood fundraiser in both her Presidential campaigns. Celebrity attorney Gloria Allred killed proposed legislation that would have put restrictions on NDAs. #NFNov @Clwojick @rsteve388

PerksOfBeingABookworm This is going to be such a hard, necessary read 😭 I haven‘t read it yet, but another book about reporter investigations on Weinstein was just published. 2w
marleed I feel at must read this book to add perspective and voice to Ronan Farrows story. I‘m sickened at how we as a society protect corruption because we want to be close to power. 2w
SamAnne @PerksOfBeingABookwork @marleed I decided to read the two books consecutively. Read Farrow's book last week which reads like an espionage novel in parts. I couldn't put it down. She Said focuses more on the methodical hard work of tracking down sources, getting and honoring their trust, building a story. Very complementary. They all won the Pulitzer together and they deserved it. 2w
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SamAnne I'm sure both Clinton & Allred would argue they were realists making the best of a world controlled by powerful men. Allred argues that at least Non-disclosure agreements with payoffs got women something--if they went public they would not be believed & could lose careers. Clinton would likely argue that taking Weinstein's money to help get a woman into the White House would be a long term win for women. Let's work towards different choices. (edited) 2w
lele1432 This is really good commentary. Stacking! 2w
rsteve388 4 pts 2w
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“Bias is built into the very structure of our formal institutions, economy, and daily life,” she said. “But something is waiting on the other side” (p. 25)

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Come-read-with-me
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This book brought me to tears, made me angry, and elicited tears on almost every page. It focuses on the downfall of Harvey Weinstein and paints a picture of the temperature of the country in the early day‘s of the #metoo movement. It should be a must read for anyone wants to recognize the courage it takes to stand up to people of power. It includes an amazing collection of interviews with women who have become the faces of #metoo. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Reggie Great review!! 2w
Come-read-with-me @Come-read-with-me #TIL. The amazing sequence of events that toppled one of the most powerful and dangerous men in Hollywood. It made me consider what I can do in my daily to stand up for the voices they have been silenced for far too long. ✊🏻. #nfnov. #TIL So glad I finished today! (edited) 2w
Come-read-with-me @Reggie Thank you! I just couldn‘t stop reading - it is so compelling! 2w
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Megabooks Definitely going to read this! Great review! 2w
rsteve388 9 pts. Man this book has taken the reading community by storm! 2w
Come-read-with-me @rsteve388 It is shocking - the story will take your breath away. 2w
rsteve388 I am gonna finish it tonight. Wild ride so far. 2w
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rsteve388
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#NFNov Saturday Night into Sunday Night has been counted. You all are doing so well. I'll give first week totals next Sunday.

For point totals please use the hashtag #Total and I'll tell you the individual post points and then your total so far.

Have a good night y'all!

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Just watched the Weinstein episode of #Pbs #frontline for #NFnov. That man completely sickens me. Overall the episode wasn‘t that salacious, but the #TIL is that powerful men will do anything to silence those who could bring them down and abusive men can get away with a lot

#metoo harassed pretty severely by a high school academic team coach, as were many other girls.

readordierachel I'm sorry that happened to you 2w
Megabooks @readordierachel Thanks. I just wish I had known I could speak up. It was the 90s. Unfortunately, a more permissive time. 2w
rsteve388 9 pts 2w
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rsteve388
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#NFNov points have been counted for tonight so anything else that comes in will be counted tomorrow!

I am gonna get some reading in for myself.

Happy Reading!

StayCurious Hello:) I signed up for #NFNov a couple days ago - but I may have been too late? I didn't receive a confirmation email or anything. Please let me know! 2w
rsteve388 I am out and about right now but give me three hours and I will check the spreadsheet when I get home 2w
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rsteve388

Dear #NFNov Participants

Announcement!
1.) Please always use the #TIL hashtag so we know when to give you those points.
2.) Also starting today you can do 5 TIL posts per day for a total of 15 pts.

Happy Reading!
Rachel

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Amiable
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Completed this as my first book for #NFNov. It‘s a very well-written account by the New York Times journalists who investigated Harvey Weinstein‘s history of predatory behavior towards women, and how breaking that story led directly to the #MeToo movement. It ends with a recounting of the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh, which angered me all over again. Definitely recommend.
@Clwojick @rsteve388

overtheedge @Amiable I was wondering how this was.....sounds worth the read!! 2w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa Just thinking about that hearing makes me angry again. I Still can‘t believe we learned nothing after Anita Hill and basically just repeated the same hearings 30ish years later, with literally some of the exact same senators (because they are still senators after all this time) asking essentially the same tone deaf questions. 2w
Amiable @overtheedge Definitely worth it! @Riveted_Reader_Melissa I know—I couldn‘t even watch all of Kavanaugh‘s rants after Dr. Blasey Ford‘s testimony. I work with several women who went to Yale with him and they all said he was exactly that entitled, privileged drunken party dude that Dr. Ford described. And all said they had no doubt he did what she said. It made me sick to my stomach to know he‘s got a lifetime appointment to the court. 2w
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Amiable @rsteve388 Did you count this completed book for #NFNov? 2w
rsteve388 Not yet, I am working my way through all the posts from yesterday and today. I'll state the number of pts when j count it! 2w
Amiable @rsteve388 Ok, thanks! Wanted to make sure it didn‘t slip through the cracks since I posted later last night. 2w
rsteve388 6 pts 2w
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rsteve388
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#NFNov I have just finished the first chapter and oh my God what a bombshell. I mean I remember it happening, I followed the stories as they came out. But reading it is wild! Like filling in the gaps of things I didn't know. Wild!

That's a wrap for me for tonight any new points will be added tomorrow morning. Good night y'all!

overtheedge I must read this!! 2w
MallenNC This is a great book. Even though reading it made me mad! I recommend Catch & Kill by Ronan Farrow also. 2w
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Amiable
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Reading this for #NFNov. What I‘ve learned so far (TIL) is that far too many WOMEN helped cover up what Harvey Weinstein was doing to other women. I‘m appalled and disgusted. @rsteve388 @Clwojick

SamAnne This is one my list too. Just finished Ronan Farrow‘s book. 3w
rsteve388 I also learned this 4 pts for the post and the #TIL 3w
Amiable @SamAnne Was Farrow‘s book good? 3w
SamAnne @Amiable Yes. Parts read like an espionage novel. He was being followed, had wiretaps. And what he went through with NBC. The powerful protecting the powerful. I listened to the audio which Ronan narrates. The only irritating/somewhat amusing thing is that he adopts different voices/accents for the various people in his book. I'm going to download Kantor/Twohey's book now. Interested to compare. And it is #NFNov! 3w
Amiable @SamAnne I will have to pick it up -- thanks! Sounds like good companion to “She Said,“ for sure. 3w
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rsteve388

Happy Non Fiction Eve! Or Halloween! I am very excited to start reading non fiction with this awesome community. #NFNov participants check your emails! I have just sent out the email for this awesome event! Please read it!

wanderinglynn 👍🏻 Can‘t wait to start! Getting read to post my NF TBR. 😀 3w
rsteve388 @wanderinglynn question about hosting events is there a FB group or a slack chat for Litsy Hosts cause I could use the support in terms of exchanging tips and tricks? 3w
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LauraJ Thanks for the info! 3w
Lifeisasnap Got the email. Sounds like a great time! 3w
megnews Got it! I‘m looking forward to it! (edited) 3w
Crimson613 just read the email and this sounds like such a cool event!! way more fun than i was expecting nonfiction to be 😂 3w
wanderinglynn @rsteve388 I don‘t know about hosts. We set up our own BFC captains channel. @julesG do you know if there‘s a Litsy hosts Slack channel? 3w
JenReadsAlot I didn't get an email. 3w
rsteve388 That's my bad. I copied over your email while I was doing the initial dump can you email me at rsteve388@gmail.com and I'll send you the email! 3w
JenReadsAlot Email sent! 3w
Amiable Got the email! 👍🏼 3w
TheDaysGoBy I got the email. This is going to be so fun! 3w
rsteve388 I am so glad folks are excited!! 3w
NeedsMoreBooks Got the email, thanks! 3w
julesG @wanderinglynn Not as far as I know. We could set one up though. 3w
squirrelbrain Received thank you! Excited! 😁👍 3w
MatchlessMarie Dont think I got one. Searched for the tag in my inbox and didn't get any results 3w
OutsmartYourShelf I didn‘t get an email either. Even went through my spam folder. 3w
rsteve388 When did y'all sign up? Yesterday or before that? 3w
rsteve388 So anyone who signed up yesterday or today Nov 1st didn't get an email yet and will get one this morning 3w
AnneCecilie I got the mail. Looking forward to all the reading 2w
MatchlessMarie @rsteve388 I signed up on the 22nd 2w
rsteve388 Interesting. Did you get the email I sent to you today? 2w
OutsmartYourShelf Got the email now. Must have been a delay in receiving it. All set! 2w
MatchlessMarie Got mine too! Thanks! Ready to get started. 2w
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Bookish_B
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This book. You will need alcohol or ice cream or both to get through it. It is really good but also incredibly frustrating, infuriating and at times unbelievable but eye-opening. I honestly don‘t really know what else to say about it except that I think I it‘s an important read. You should read it.

Hooked_on_books I really look forward to this one. Hope my hold comes in soon! 3w
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LMJenkins
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I have endless admiration for these two journalists (and ALL journalists!). I thought I had a basic understanding of what was entailed in pursuing and producing a news story, but no, I really didn't. It is much more intricate and exhaustive. (Continued below)

LMJenkins As far as the content....wow. It's worth the read. Weinstein and others with a lot of funds and little regard for women (or men) just take and take and take what they want and often get away with it. I'm glad some of the bastards are being brought to justice as women (and men) take great risks to make their experiences public. 3w
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MallenNC
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I don‘t read horror any more, so the scariest books I‘ve read lately have been nonfiction. She Said and Catch and Kill are both about Harvey Weinstein, sexual harassment (and worse) and the ways that women have been silenced. The Whisper Network is a fictionalization of the same topic. They are scary to read, but very worth it. #AScaryBook #FallisBooked

marleed I appreciate the fictionalized telling in the Whisper Network. I think it could lead to a meaningful discussion taking place without emotion of how much we may want a story to be untrue for someone we thought we knew. 3w
OriginalCyn620 Scary indeed. 3w
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marleed @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Oh yes, as I read it, I felt it was as much about continuing the conversation as the story itself. 3w
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Jas16
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When I first heard buzz about this book I didn‘t plan on reading it. The Weinstein expose seems like yesterday and I wasn‘t sure it needed revisiting. Luckily a few stellar reviews convinced me otherwise. Reading about the months of investigation into the rumors about Weinstein was fascinating with the cast of horrifying villains(not only Weinstein but those trying to protect him) and the courageous women who were brave enough to speak out first.

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Excellent! Riveting, incredibly well-researched, powerfully written. So good! I read a good bit of non-fiction and this is my favorite since Bad Blood. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Next up! #currentread

Amiable I‘m reading this now, too —about 80 pages in! 1mo
Jas16 I just started the audiobook this morning 1mo
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LMJenkins
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Digging in.

Amiable This is my next nonfiction read, too. 1mo
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krismlars
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I‘m so sick of traveling, but at least my flight wasn‘t delayed like a lot of people‘s. I plan to read but I can‘t promise I‘ll stay awake. Heading to Minnesota for a wedding that was originally supposed to held outdoors tomorrow❄️❄️❄️

Tamra I hope you brought a coat! 🥶 1mo
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krismlars
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I‘ve been in a major reading slump lately, but I‘m already 10% done with this after listening to the authors speak tonight. Ashely Judd was in conversation with the journalists. It looks good in my book pocket!

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Sumi
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Just started it: wow.

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Christine
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If you‘ve read She Said, hearing more from Rowena Chiu feels like a really big deal. I highly recommend her concise, insightful, and heartbreaking essay (and, of course, still highly recommend the tagged). https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/05/opinion/sunday/harvey-weinstein-rowena-chiu.h...

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Don't sleep on this fab GIVEAWAY from Primer: a haul of the best female empowerment books of 2019, including my personal fave SHE SAID, along with Lisa Taddeo's THREE WOMEN, Liz Gilbert's CITY OF GIRLS, and more! Enter via their Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/B3MRhNigXdf/ #Giveaway #BookHaul #MustRead #BestBooks #Feminist #AmReading

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keepingupwiththepenguins
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MUST READ: This is the untold story of what it takes to bring accusations against powerful men to light. Kantor and Twohey don‘t simply paint a portrait of Weinstein as a monster (though they have plenty of evidence to do just that). Instead, they examine the company policies and the power-brokers that enabled a monster to thrive for decades. Full review: https://primer.com.au/she-said-review-jodie-kantor-megan-twohey/ #MustRead #NonFiction #MeToo

Scochrane26 I heard about this on Trevor Noah (daily show podcast). 1mo
keepingupwiththepenguins @Scochrane26 Oooh I've heard that's a great pod! Clearly great taste in books 😉 ❤ 1mo
Scochrane26 @keepingupwiththepenguins I‘m usually not up late enough to watch the Daily Show, so I‘ve started listening to the podcast, not all the time, but at least 2 a week. I wish I could listen to his personal podcast, but it‘s on a site you have to pay for. 1mo
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MallenNC
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There are so many villains in this book. Of course Weinstein, but also those who enabled him for so long, and the system that devalued women and protected predators. Reading it made me angry but also very impressed by the reporters and proud of the women who trusted them to finally tell their stories. This book shows the power of journalism. #nonfiction2019

Christine It sure does re: the power of journalism. Such a great read. 2mo
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Foxtails915
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Color coordinated my book buying spree tonight. #nonfiction #litsywelcomewagon #newreleases

Bklover Welcome to Litsy! (And #LitsyLove) 2mo
Kaylamburson Welcome to Litsy!!!! I hope you love it here!!! 1mo
Eggs Welcome to Litsy 🎉🤗 1mo
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thereadingowlvina
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This is an insightful and powerful investigative story on Harvey Weinstein, a prominent Hollywood producer who now faces criminal charges for sexual misconduct, sexual abuse and rape.

Rating: 5⭐

For my full review please visit https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2991638150

#nonfiction #nonfiction2019 #metoomovement

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A difficult but important book for me. I am a woman who identifies as a feminist, dealt with my share of creeps, but I‘ve also had those close to me hit by false accusations, so separating truth from lies and emotional investment is - difficult. That being said, this book, following Weinstein cause, highlights just how much proof really was gathered, and what are the Times standards of investigation - they are high. Very, very high

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Bookish_B
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Bookish birthday gifts!! Yay!! (P&P scarf, bookish locket, book) 👏🏼😊

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Marni
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Bought this book the day it came out. Haven‘t been able to read much because of lack of time and each time I read it I can‘t put it down!

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mdemanatee
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I talk about audiobooks I have listened to in the past week or so and try to process my feelings on She Said https://youtu.be/Zn-r7rPeNgI

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Christine
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Terrific behind-the-scenes look at some highly impactful journalism. Loved the authors‘ transparency about so many parts of their process. The writing is, of course, great. Nice to hear more from some of the women who were harassed or assaulted by Harvey Weinstein, from Christine Blasey Ford, and from other women with well-known #metoo stories. Makes me want to shout “Real journalism is so important!!” from the rooftops even more than usual.

Gaylagal2 I love these two journalists and this is at the top if my read list! 🤙 2mo
Reggie I heard about this on the For Real podcast, totally wanna read it!!! 2mo
Christine @Gaylagal2 Yay! It's so, so good. 2mo
Christine @Reggie I finished it right before listening to For Real (definitely one of my fave BR podcasts) and was so glad they featured it!! Totally agree with what Kim said she had heard, that it resembles a feminist All the President's Men. Love me some thriller-y journalism tales! :) 2mo
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Christine
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I was a little surprised to find these hot new titles still on the shelf at one of my nearby military base libraries this afternoon (but sadly only a little surprised - they are decidedly [gasp] feminist 😛). But I was happy to snap them up! I‘m halfway through The Testaments on audio, but I‘ve been wanting to see some name spellings/experience it in print. And I heard a compelling interview with the authors of the tagged on Fresh Air.

Christine (Apologies for their distressing lower left sticker placement!) 2mo
marleed I loved having a simultaneous buddy read with print and audio- it defined my entire yesterday! 2mo
Christine @marleed Perfect!! 💙💚 2mo
Hooked_on_books Oh no, not feminist! 😱😬😆 2mo
Christine @Hooked_on_books 😂 Yes, scandalous! 2mo
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mdemanatee
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Didn‘t know about this ‘til yesterday and immediately downloaded on Libro.fm to listen to at work today.

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thereadingowlvina
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