Anita
Speaking Truth to Power

Samuel Goldwyn Films
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Eileen

Women are still fighting sexual harassment, but today I hope that those men would ask the right questions now. I am so glad that she is still encouraging others. What a brave, smart, and dignified woman . Thank you Anita.

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Nandi

I'm very glad Dr. Anita Hill didn't keep silent,

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Olivia

It's clear this brave woman and her story has helped to inspire a social movement around sexual harassment. #MeToo.

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Anonymous

It should be available more places for all to watch!

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Dylan

Not long ago the concept of "Sexual Harassment" was virtually unknown. ANITA reveals how this changed, and how one woman - testifying before an mostly male U.S. Senate committee including so-called progressives like Joseph Biden - gave cover to millions of other women, and men, allowing them ...Read more

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