When Good Journalists Do Their Job

Books: ‘She Said’

Change doesn’t always happen because laws are written or suddenly enforced; this time, it happened because of journalism — thorough, responsible, scrupulous journalism. 

A roiling sea change in attitudes toward sexual harassment followed The New York Times’ publication of articles about Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein’s long history of alleged rape and abuse of women. These groundbreaking articles are compiled and explained in the new book, “She Said” by Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey.  

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