TED Radio Hour The Me Too movement has changed the way we think and talk about gender discrimination. This hour, TED speakers explore how the conversation has moved beyond a hashtag, and where we go from here.

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The TED Radio Hour: Gender, Power, and Fairness

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Gender, Power, And Fairness

The Me Too movement has changed the way we think and talk about gender discrimination. This hour, TED speakers explore how the conversation has moved beyond a hashtag, and where we go from here.

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Tarana Burke: How Can We Build A World Where People Don't Have To Say "Me Too"?

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Jackson Katz: Why We Can No Longer See Sexual Violence As A Women's Issue

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