Church has ‘something to offer’ the #MeToo movement

By Joelle Kidd February 8, 2018   Participants urge support for women’s rights at the Women’s March in San Francisco, Jan. 20, 2018. Photo: Sundry Photography/Shutterstock   When two investigative journalists from the New York Times broke the story of movie executive Harvey Weinstein’s decades of alleged sexual misconduct against employees and peers in the … Continue reading “Church has ‘something to offer’ the #MeToo movement”

#MeToo and the Church—Part One: How can Anglicans respond?

By Matt Gardner The #MeToo movement has led to an explosion of public discussion around the prevalence of—and disclosure of personal experiences about—sexual violence, harassment, and abuse. In the months since use of the hashtag began trending on social media following allegations of sexual violence by public figures such as Harvey Weinstein, thousands of survivors … Continue reading “#MeToo and the Church—Part One: How can Anglicans respond?”