FILE - In this Oct. 26, 2017 file photo, actress Ashley Judd attends The Women's Media Center 2017 Women's Media Awards at Capitale  in New York. Judd says the fight against sexual harassment will be a “chaotic, messy” endeavor, but she says women won’t allow public fatigue to slow the efforts. Judd was one of the first actresses to publicly accuse film mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment. She told an audience in Kentucky on Friday Dec. 1 that the fight is about "ending impunity."
FILE - In this Oct. 26, 2017 file photo, actress Ashley Judd attends The Women's Media Center 2017 Women's Media Awards at Capitale in New York. Judd says the fight against sexual harassment will be a “chaotic, messy” endeavor, but she says women won’t allow public fatigue to slow the efforts. Judd was one of the first actresses to publicly accuse film mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment. She told an audience in Kentucky on Friday Dec. 1 that the fight is about "ending impunity." Photo by Evan Agostini
FILE - In this Oct. 26, 2017 file photo, actress Ashley Judd attends The Women's Media Center 2017 Women's Media Awards at Capitale in New York. Judd says the fight against sexual harassment will be a “chaotic, messy” endeavor, but she says women won’t allow public fatigue to slow the efforts. Judd was one of the first actresses to publicly accuse film mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment. She told an audience in Kentucky on Friday Dec. 1 that the fight is about "ending impunity." Photo by Evan Agostini

Judd: Women will persevere in fighting sexual harassment

December 07, 2017 04:35 AM

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