Newly-Formed “Commission For Sexual harassments and Advancing Equality In Workplace”

Since wake of revelations slurred by allegations of sexual harassments against Harvey Weinstein, the biggest  figures and institutions in entertainment  established an ” “Commission  For  Sexual harassments  and Advancing Equality In Workplace”  came about by Kathleen Kennedy a producer of “Star Wars” as well as

The People at the meeting to form the commission was attended by:

1.Ari Emanuel, William Morris Endeavor co-chair
2. Bob Iger, Disney chairman/CEO
3. Bryan Lourd, CAA co-chair
4. Carol Lombardini, Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers president
5. Chris Silbermann, ICM Partners managing director
6. David Young, Writers Guild of America executive director
7. Dawn Hudson, Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences CEO
8. Gabrielle Carteris, Screen Actors Guild/AFTRA president
10. Jeff Blackburn, Amazon senior vp business development
11. Jeff
Shell, Universal Filmed Entertainment Group chair
12. Jeremy Zimmer, UTA CEO
13. Jim Gianopulos, Paramount chair/CEO
14. Karen Stuart, Association of Talent Agents executive director
15. Kevin Tsujihara, Warner Bros. chair/CEO
16. Maury McIntyre, Television Academy president/COO
17. Mike Miller, Motion Picture & TV Production/IATSE 4th international vp/department director
18. Russ Hollander, Directors Guild of America executive director
19. Sir Lucian Grainge, Universal Music Group chair/CEO
20. Susan Sprung, Producers Guild of America associate national executive director/COO
21. Ted Sarandos, Netflix chief content officer
22. Tony Vinciquerra, Sony chair/CEO
23. Julie Greenwald, Atlantic Records chair/COO
24. Leslie Moonves, CBS Corp. chair/CEO
25. Neil
Portnow, Recording Academy president

They selected Anita Hill as the chaired person for ”Commission  For  Sexual harassments  and Advancing Equality In Workplace”

Well, who is Anita Hill?

Anita Hill said Clarence Thomas sexual harassments.

That right, she brought the concept of sexual harassments to national consciousness in 1991,  when she testified  during the Supreme Court  confirmation hearing  of Clarence Thomas.

Anita Hill said “I’m proud to be leading this newly-formed Commission on a long overdue journey to adopt best practices and to create institutional change that fosters a culture of respect and human dignity throughout the industry,” Hill said in a statement. “We will be focusing on issues ranging from power disparity, equity and fairness, safety, sexual harassment guidelines, education and training, reporting and enforcement, ongoing research and data collection. It is time to end the culture of silence. I’ve been at this work for 26 years. This moment presents us with an unprecedented opportunity to make real change.”





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