Time's Up encourages women to share their stories online this Women's History Month

From Mashable - March 2, 2018

Time's Up, the movement launched by more than 300 women in the entertainment industry to fight sexual harassment across all industries, is encouraging women to share their personal stories online this March.

In honor of Women's History Month, the campaign partnered with StoryCorpsa nonprofit working to document stories of Americans across the countryto launch an online community where women can come together to share their stories.

The project, called #TIMESUPxStoryCorps, was announced Friday on Time's Up social media accounts.

"Every story matters. Now is the time to create a record of working women!" the project's website reads. "Together, we want to create a dynamic and vital record of the stories of women in the workplace across the world that will stand for generations to come."

Time's Up and StoryCorps are encouraging women around the world to share their own stories, or interview a woman they "admire, work with, or have a story to be shared, remembered [and] turned into history."

The website already features clips from three inspiring conversations with celebrities Ashley Judd, Jane Fonda, and Rashida Jones.


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