#MeToo

On the April 21-22, 2018 edition of Current State: a new bill to make thousands of Medicaid recipients in Michigan work for their benefits, an MSU professor gives his thoughts on the controversy at Starbucks, Kendrick Lamar wins a Pulitzer, a new place to watch glass-blowing in Michigan and meet the "last keeper of the light" in Ireland. Saturday at 11:00 a.m. & Sunday at 4:00 p.m. on 90.5 FM. 


#MeToo Founder Tarana Burke Speaks At MSU

Apr 20, 2018
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Katie Cook / WKAR-MSU

Founder of the #MeToo movement, Tarana Burke, spoke at the Wharton Center last night as part of the Transformative Justice Speaker Series. WKAR’s Katie Cook reports.

 


#METOO, Now What? | Series Conclusion

Feb 26, 2018
portrait: Zainab Salbi
PBS

Sun. Mar. 4, 1pm on WKAR-HD 23.1 | In this 5-part series conclusion, executive editor and host Zainab Salbi goes beyond the headlines about sexual harassment to ask how we got here and how we move forward. WATCH at video.wkar.org

#METOO, Now What? | Special Series

Feb 10, 2018
Zainab Salbi headshot
Courtesy

1pm Sundays Feb. 11-Mar. 4, on WKAR-HD 23.1 | Executive editor and host Zainab Salbi goes beyond the headlines about sexual harassment to ask how we got here and how we move forward. WATCH at video.wkar.org

Twitter/McKayla Maroney

Two-time Olympic medalist McKayla Maroney says she was molested for years by a former USA Gymnastics team doctor, abuse she said started in her early teens and continued for the rest of her competitive career. 

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Dr. Christina DeJong, MSU associate professor in the school of criminal justice explained part of the reasons the #MeToo postings on social media went viral this week. She talked with WKAR's Brooke Allen during "Morning Edition" on October 18.