You might not know his name, but you will definitely have heard of the movement he helped usher: #MeToo. In late 2017, Ronan Farrow published a 7,000 word article in the New York Times detailing the sexual abuse allegations of Harvey Weinstein. The Me Too movement that stands in solidarity with victims of sexual abuse may have been brewing and seemed inevitable, but in his commencement speech to Layola Marymount's graduating class, Farrow sheds light on the stakes many individuals had in order to bring about this movement.
Speaking directly to his own panic moment, Farrow explains why it is paramount we listen to our 'inner voice' and trust ourselves to do the right thing despite of the choices of those around us.
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