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Fatou "Toufah" Jallow says she was raped by former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh. She now lives in Canada but returned home to testify before the nation's Truth Commission. 2019 Human Rights Watch hide caption

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Beauty Queen's Rape Allegation Against Former Gambia President Sparks #MeToo Movement

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Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Ronan Farrow talked with NPR ahead of the release of his book Catch and Kill. A.J. Chavar for NPR hide caption

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Ronan Farrow Stands By His Reporting On NBC's 'Corrosive' Secrecy Around Sexual Abuse

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Matt Lauer, seen reporting for the NBC Today show at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, where the sexual assault described in Ronan Farrow's new book is alleged to have taken place. Scott Halleran/Getty Images hide caption

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James Franco, shown here at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2018, has been served with a lawsuit alleging sexual exploitation and fraud. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Turner hide caption

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James Franco Sued By Former Students For Alleged Sexual Exploitation And Fraud

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Chanel Miller was sexually assaulted by Brock Turner in 2015. The lenient sentence Turner received elicited widespread controversy and helped inspire new legislation in California. Elias Williams for NPR hide caption

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Chanel Miller, Sexual Assault Survivor, On The 'Immense Relief' Of Going Public

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Lyft is under growing pressure to strengthen background checks and adopt better security measures for passengers after dozens of women reported that they had been sexually assaulted by drivers. Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Lawsuits Say Lyft Doesn't Do Enough To Protect Women From Predatory Drivers

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When The 'Whisper Network' Goes Public: The 'S****y Media Men' List, 2 Years On

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Celebrity chef Mario Batali leaves Boston Municipal Court on Friday following a court appearance on a charge of indecent assault and battery in connection with a 2017 incident at a restaurant of his in Boston. Scott Eisen/Getty Images hide caption

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Anita Hill speaks with journalist Bob Woodward before the 2019 PEN America Literary Gala in New York City, where they were both recognized with awards Tuesday. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images hide caption

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French Culture Minister Françoise Nyssen (second right), Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo (center) and women's rights activists hold a banner reading "Maintenant on agit" ("Now we act"), on the eve of International Women's Day on March 7. They aim to raise funds to help women pursue justice, "so that no woman ever again has to say #MeToo." Francois Mori/AP hide caption

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In France, The #MeToo Movement Has Yet To Live Up To Women's Hopes

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The City of Sarasota announced on Tuesday that workers had scrubbed off the #MeToo graffiti scrawled onto the leg of the woman being kissed. Education Images/UIG via Getty Images hide caption

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Shim Suk-hee (front left) races during the women's 1,500-meter finals at a World Cup short track speedskating event at the Utah Olympic Oval on Nov. 13, 2016, in Kearns, Utah. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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South Korea Will Interview Thousands Of Athletes After Rape And Abuse Allegations

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'If I Have To Go To 100 Marches, I Will Do That': Women's Activism, 2 Years Later

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In 2017, Women Marched In Solidarity; 2019 Finds A Fractured Movement

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Chef Dominique Crenn recently was awarded three Michelin stars for her restaurant Atelier Crenn in San Francisco. She is the first female chef in the United States to achieve a top ranking. Cayce Clifford for NPR hide caption

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Chef Dominique Crenn: 'Everything I Do Could Have ... Impact' For Other Women

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CBS announced on Monday it will not pay out a controversial $120 million severance package to former CEO Leslie Moonves. The company said it had ample reason to fire the disgraced executive for cause. Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images for Showtime hide caption

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Actress Eliza Dushku reached a $9.5 million settlement with CBS last year after she alleged she was written off Bull because she had made a sexual harassment complaint against the show's lead. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images hide caption

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A member of the staff walks through Luke, one of the restaurants still owned by John Besh, on St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans. Emily Kask for NPR hide caption

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Work After #MeToo: A Restaurant Company Tries To Change Its Culture

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Then-New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman speaks at a news conference on Jan. 30. Schneiderman resigned after multiple women accused him of physical abuse; a prosecutor announced Thursday that Schneiderman will not be facing criminal charges in connection with the case. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Bhanwari Devi worked for her local municipality in rural Rajasthan, northern India, when she says she was gang-raped in 1992 by higher-caste men in the area, allegedly because they disapproved of her campaign to end child marriage. Her case went all the way to India's Supreme Court and led to the country's first workplace sexual harassment guidelines. Furkan Latif Khan/NPR hide caption

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