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Jamie Marchi says she's faced backlash since making sexual harassment allegations. "The front door to my house has been posted online; my fiancé's children's names have been posted online," she says. Courtesy of Leslie Boren hide caption

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For Many #MeToo Accusers, Speaking Up Is Just The Beginning

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Two years into the #MeToo movement, as focus grows on when — and if — it's appropriate for men ousted for sexual harassment to return to work, attention is also shifting to underlying questions of rehabilitation. Can sexual harassers change? And if so, how? Zoë van Dijk for NPR hide caption

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Growing Efforts Are Looking At How — Or If — #MeToo Offenders Can Be Reformed

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After the allegations of sexual harassment surfaced, chef Charlie Hallowell issued an apology, saying he was "deeply ashamed and so very sorry." Jessica Chou for NPR hide caption

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This Chef Says He's Faced His #MeToo Offenses. Now He Wants A Second Chance

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It has been two years since the start of the #MeToo movement, with many powerful men accused of sexual misconduct. Some are now attempting comebacks, raising questions about rehabilitation, redemption and reentry. Matt Chinworth for NPR hide caption

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Is Redemption Possible In The Aftermath Of #MeToo?

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Police detain women during a protest in front of the Supreme Court building in New Delhi in May. The demonstration was in response to Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi's exoneration in a sexual harassment case. Vipin Kumar/Hindustan Times via Getty Images hide caption

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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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Activists protest in Mumbai to support Bollywood actress Tanushree Dutta, who has spoken out about an alleged case of sexual harassment. Women in India are naming and shaming their abusers on social media. Rafiq Maqbool/AP hide caption

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