Women who are survivors of sexual harassment and supporters of #MeToo protest during a march in Hollywood, California on November 12, 2017. Photographer: Mark Ralstone
MeToo members are marching to bring attention to sexual harassment in the workplace (Hollywood, California). Through this march, they hope to address this issue to change sexual harassment policies in the workplace, so that women are comfortable in their respective workplaces again. Photographer: Chelsea Guglielmino
Time Magazine announced that for their Person of the Year, it would not be one single person. Rather, they brought together a series of women, who they named the "Silence Breakers" to be Time's 2017 Person of the Year. These women are the leaders of the movements that has addressed sexual harassment issues. Photographer: Billy and Hells
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This is a representation of the global reach of #MeToo from October 16th-November 6th, 2017. Larger circles represent more uses of the #MeToo hashtag. Source: Information was gathered from Crimson Hexagon's Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter data.
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These different hashtags represent some of the linguistic and cultural variations of the #MeToo movement around the world. The second hashtag represents the Saudi Arabian adaptation, the third hashtag represents Spain, Mexico and Colombia's variation, the fourth hashtag represents the French version, the fifth hashtag represents the Israeli version, and lastly, the sixth hashtag represents the Italian variation of the movement.
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