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Here are a selection of posts from the week via #TimesUp
The next march, #MarchForOurLives
, is March 24th….and the goal is to be much bigger than #NationalWalkOutDay
. There are currently marches planned in 763 places. We urge you to join a march near you. Link in bio for more!
It’s hard to believe it’s only been 3+ months since TIME'S UP started. Our community is uniting, growing and rising… Change is coming. This piece, entitled “Year of the Women,” is by LA-based artist, Audrey Lee. @audjree
We applaud all the students of today's National Walkouts! It is awe-inspiring to see children across the country join together to protest so peacefully, united in what they believe. Students from Los Angeles to Virginia organized 17 minute walk-outs, in symbolic tribute to the Florida victims, who died exactly one month ago today. This many organized protests by students is unprecedented in recent American history.
We celebrate everyone who participated today! Keep fighting for what you believe! We celebrate you making these movements! We celebrate you rising up and BEING SEEN & HEARD! You are not only our future. But you are redefining our present. #NationalWalkOutDay
Today, women in journalism said #TimesUp
! Leading journalists convened in Washington, DC, to discuss how to combat sexual harassment in the news industry, create safe and healthy workplaces for women and men, and ensure the integrity of the American press. During this conference, #TimesUp
announced our partnership with #ThePressForward
to tackle these issues.
Watch the full conference in the link in our bio. #TimesUpPress #PressForward #WashingtonDC #TimesUp #Journalism #Press
Proud to announce today the launch of @timesupad
, in solidarity with our sisters in advertising. Swipe for more info; Link in bio for full details! #TimesUpAdvertising
From today’s #SXSW
panel discussion, “Time’s Up! : Shifting the Imbalance of Power. @jurneebell
Tune into our Twitter (twitter.com/TimesUpNow) for more on #SXSW
“This is not a moment in time,” said panel moderator Hilary Rosen. “This is a movement-forever cause. It is up to all of us to make people believe we are not going to forget about this.” Honored to have these women discuss @timesupnow
today at #SXSW
(left to right)
Hilary Rosen of @SKDKnick
& TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund.
of Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund
of Times Up x Women of Color, and
Fatima Goss Graves of @nationalwomenslawcenter.