The "Silence Breakers" who spoke out about sexual assault and harassment in show business, media, and the workplace, made it onto the cover and into the pages of Time's annual Person of the Year issue and it was a group of women who made the special issue possible.
Time national correspondent Charlotte Alter pointed out after Wednesday's reveal of the most influential person, or in this case widespread group of people, that the magazine came together with the help of many women.
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From the idea to highlight the #MeToo movement and the people who spoke out about abuse to the story reporting and writing to the fact-checking — it was all women Video and photo designs were also put together by women. Read more... More about Media , Women , Sexual Assault , Time Magazine , and Person Of The Year