BOSTON (AP) — Amal Clooney has told thousands of women gathered for a professional conference in Boston that there’s still has a long way to go to end sexual harassment and violence even after historic #MeToo movement.
The international human rights lawyer said Thursday during her keynote address at the two-day Massachusetts Conference for Women that “We are living through a defining moment in the fight for gender equality.” But Clooney said there a “long way from #MeToo to never again.”
Clooney and other speakers reflected on #MeToo a year after sexual misconduct revelations against powerful men exploded into a viral Twitter hashtag and a global movement.
Among them was Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman, who is one of many women who have said they were sexually abused by a former Olympic team doctor.
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