Time’s Up, a brand new initiative led by a few of Hollywood’s strongest ladies, is vowing to struggle what it calls “systemic inequality and injustice within the office” — from Hollywood to blue-collar industries. A authorized protection fund will assist less-privileged ladies defend themselves from sexual misconduct. CBS Information contributor and New York Instances reporter Jodi Kantor joins “CBS This Morning” to debate how the group shaped and what they hope to perform.
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