Taylor Swift & More Women of #MeToo Movement Are Time's Person of the Year

The #MeToo movement has left it's mark on time.

Women who have stood up to sexual harassment, also known as The Silence Breakers, have been named Time Magazine's 2017 Person of the Year.

Taylor Swift, actress Ashley Judd, former Uber engineer Susan Fowler, corporate lobbyist Adama Iwu and worker Isabel Pascual were selected for the cover but they are just 5 of dozens that are featured within the magazine article.

Actress Alyssa Milano and activist Tarana J. Burke, founder of the Me Too movement, are among other women who are being highlighted within the issue as well as women who don't work in the limelight. Strawberry pickers, senators, hospital workers, university professors and more bravely shared their stories to bring attention to the subject of sexual misconduct and harassment.

Read the full article here.

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